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REVIEWS

Roland Petit’s Le Jeune Homme et la Mort is a succinct, sexually charged work – particularly for 1946 when it premiered. From the moment Ivan...

For all its wit and whimsy, the world of Betes de Foire – Petit Theatre de Gestes, created and performed by Elsa de Witte...

When it was published in 1924, EM Forster’s A Passage to India was provocative. Now, its metaphysical musings about existence feel naive in the...

Another opening night, another sad memorial. The first performance of this revival of Jonathan Kent’s Tosca, first seen in 2006, was dedicated to the...

This punchy revue-like musical about the six wives of Henry VIII originated as a Cambridge University student production, where its authors, musical director and...

In 1992 actor and playwright Anna Deavere Smith created a verbatim piece about the LA riots. She interviewed over 300 people for the project....

Abi Morgan’s three-hander Tiny Dynamite was last seen at the Lyric Studio in 2003. As well as continuing to write for theatre, Morgan has...

Rachel and Gavin are best friends. Initially they appear to have little in common as Gavin is a good listener and Rachel can talk...

In the best rock ’n’ roll panto tradition, Peter Rowe’s version of Sleeping Beauty weaves together several convoluted storylines. It manages to include the...

Every moment of former fashion journalist Glenn Waldron's taut little play is a tease. The biggest and the smallest ideas - from the overuse of...

Blood, sweat, soil – and a Cyr wheel. This is the stuff of Santa Madera, an eye-widening feat by circus performers Juan Ignacio Tula...

Though the tribute act is still be a mainstay of regional theatres and club venues throughout the UK, few can boast the West End...
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