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  • confessional
    Off West End Review

    Confessional – Southwark Playhouse

    Production company Tramp catapult Tennessee William’s 1970 play right into the heart of a 20s-something rundown, seaside pub in Essex. The carpet’s sticky, the beer is cheap and the karaoke’s on…

  • 27
    Off West End Review

    27 – The Cockpit

    27 – the age Hendrix, Joplin, Cobain and Winehouse all succumbed to super stardom and met their fate. So the conclusion for our Rock-star lead in this new musical is pretty…

  • vanities
    Review West End

    Vanities The Musical – Trafalgar Studios

    I feel David Kirshenbaum’s Vanities is certainly going to split the critics. Those who adore the gleeful, cheesy musicality of Hairspray, Wicked and Legally Blonde will definitely shake their pom-poms that…

  • unfaithful
    Off West End Review

    Unfaithful -Found111

    Let’s talk about sex. The lack of it between a middle-aged couple. That it can become a weapon to cause hurt and destruction. When it’s your way to make a living…

  • the trial
    Fringe Off West End Review

    The Trial – Brockley Jack

      Somebody must have maligned Joseph K. because he was arrested one morning without having done anything wrong. Admittedly, I have never seen a production of Franz Kafka’s The Trial. So…

  • allegro
    Off West End Review

    Allegro – Southwark Playhouse

    As the glorious Titanic musical sails off into the sunset, dynamic duo Thom Southerland and Danielle Tarento have revived Rodgers and Hammerstein’s lesser known musical, Allegro. It’s European premiere at the…

  • Yerma
    Off West End Review

    Yerma – Young Vic

    I left the Young Vic in pieces. Infertility is something that is very close to my heart. It’s a very raw emotion that as a family we have endured, painfully watching…

  • villain
    Off West End Review

    Villain – Soho Theatre

    Villain – the bad guy. Evil being. Antagonist. But what happens if you find yourself labelled as such, across social media, the press and you’re just a twenty-something social-worker, trying to…