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REVIEWS

There’s not much light in the story of a 13 year old boy watching his mum die of cancer. But, in Sally Cookson’s devised...

Looking back, it was probably inevitable. Latitude – the self-styled "queen of arts festivals", the family-friendly, gluten-free, Moroccan-topped hummus pot of the outdoor summer...

Balancing warmth, wit, and a large dose of the ridiculous, Guildford Shakespeare Company’s Love’s Labour’s Lost manages to be both moving and amusing, thanks...

The Jette Parker Young Artists (JPYA) Summer Performance was up against the football World Cup Final and the Wimbledon Final, so it’s a tribute...

At the height of his fame, as part of a 1970s double act called Chalk and Cheese, Bobby (Les Dennis) used to have viewers...

Grange Park Opera’s exquisite Theatre in the Woods turns receiving house for a work only previously seen in concert performance at Moscow’s Kolobov Novaya...

Opera Holland Park has long specialised in the reclamation of verismo operas and they don’t come grander than Isabeau, which combines a pseudo-medieval setting...

Before he created the Eden Project, Tim Smit came across a thousand acres of bramble and broken masonry on the Cornish coast, once the...

Although The Muppet Show was filmed in the UK at Elstree when it started life in 1976, Jim Henson’s creatures have never quite reached...

This year’s Worcester Repertory Theatre's outdoor performance at the Commandery is an outrageous satirical spoof, reminiscent in many ways of Tom Stoppard's The Real...

This new play by Alan Harris is one of National Theatre Wales’ five Love Letters to the NHS. Its location could not be more...

It’s the law of theatre that if there’s a gun on stage it will go off before the play ends. In Robert Graves’ unperformed...
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