Reviews,Theatre

Don’t Let Me Down: Let It Be at Prince of Wales Theatre

29 Sep , 2012  

Let It Be at Prince of Wales Theatre

The theatre critic and Beatles fangirl in me are having a bit of an argument over this production. Let It Be delivers wonderful renditions of much-loved songs but not the story-driven show I was hoping for. At the Prince of Wales Theatre. I have a photograph of the first Beatles bass player Stuart Sutcliffe on […]

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Bubble Trouble: Insufficiency at Riverside Studios

27 Sep , 2012  

Insufficiency at Riverside Studios

Written by the inventor of the pill, Carl Djerassi, Insufficiency is a comedy that takes on the neurotic world of science and academia. It’s frothy and light but ultimately not sufficiently entertaining. There are probably a lot more subtle themes in this play than this show was able to bring out. At the Riverside Studios. […]

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A Talent to Look Out for: Monday at the Etcetera Theatre

21 Sep , 2012  

Monday at the Etcetera Theatre

There are many gems to be discovered on the London fringe. Freedom Tongue presents this one-woman show in an intimate pub theatre space, and it is both mesmerising and relentless. Gloria Williams’ Monday is a harrowing tale about abuse, false messiahs and the will to survive. At the Etcetera Theatre. There are many gems to […]

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Intelligent and Laugh Out Loud: Jumpy at the Duke of York’s Theatre

14 Sep , 2012  

Jumpy at the Duke of York's Theatre

Jumpy is another intriguing show the Royal Court has brought to the West End. TV’s Tamsin Greig (Green Wing) shines as a woman struggling to reconcile her feminist ideals from the past with the dreary reality of family life catching up with her. At the Duke of York’s. Jumpy is another intriguing show the Royal […]

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