Reviews,Theatre

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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Long Live Bohemia: RENT at the Greenwich Theatre

12 Sep , 2012  

Rent

Bohemia is dead, long live bohemia! The 90s cult musical about a group of impoverished friends and artists from New York’s Lower East Side comes back to London in a visually appealing and vocally impressive production. At the Greenwich Theatre. For many people, especially in America, RENT is not simply a piece of light evening […]

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Psychoanalytical Birdhouse at Jacksons Lane

3 Sep , 2012  

Birdhouse

Alfred Hitchcock is widely celebrated as the master of suspense and the performers of Jammy Voo have created a stunning interpretative homage to one of the most iconic horror films of the British director. At Jacksons Lane. Alfred Hitchcock is widely celebrated as the master of suspense, and the performers of Jammy Voo have created […]

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A Life in the Theatre

15 Aug , 2012  

Camden Fringe, A Life in the Theatre

David Mamet’s play A Life in the Theatre is a well-observed study of mannerisms and quirks some actors develop over years of working on stage. This production is funny, but unfortunately slightly unremarkable. At Upstairs at the Gatehouse. David Mamet’s A Life in the Theatre is a quirky little play. A well-observed study of mannerisms […]

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