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What better way to assuage the dreary and drizzling onslaught of Storm Doris (and life in general) than with Mother Africa. Watching this heady...

This condensed version of The Tempest for young people, touring schools around the country, begins with some friendly introductions. “Good afternoon Prospero”, the young students...

The live action Disney movie musical Newsies famously flopped on its initial release in 1992, though later it acquired a cult following following its...

This is the first time that The Giant Jam Sandwich, a children’s favourite first published in 1972, has been fully staged. John Vernon Lord,...

Broadway is called the Great White Way because of the lights emanating from Times Square and the dozens of theatre marquees. But it’s also...

Its lofty claim is to be "an inspired incantation to a life rediscovered.” But the first UK arena tour of one of Cirque du...

A knife thuds into a plank of wood, millimetres from a man’s hand. Despite its often leisurely pace, this two-hander by French company Sacekripa...

There's more to performing a successful cabaret than getting up on a stage and belting out a set. A cabaret singer has to connect...

Acrobat and trampolinist Mathurin Bolze returns to the London International Mime Festival with a mind-bending and utterly compelling sequel to his 2005 show Fenetres....

Gandini Juggling’s Smashed, inspired by the work of Pina Bausch, involves 22 performers negotiating dozens of apples, chairs and a chintzy tea set with...

Le Gateau Chocolat solo show is a celebration of the music that shaped him. Icons is a cabaret show with a very personal feel....

As producer, writer, director, programme seller and sometime actor, to name but a few of his duties, George Critchley must be one of the...
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