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REVIEWS

In November, Britain’s ballet companies commemorated the 25th anniversary of Kenneth MacMillan’s death with a varied programme of his one act works. Now Viviana...

There's a modern Mafioso twist to Simon Dormandy's busy production of Much Ado About Nothing, with Don Pedro and his men arriving at the...

If you are going to create a cabaret show to tour cocktail bars around the world, the history of gin is probably a smart...

Sherman Theatre has become one of the UK’s most exciting producing houses in the past few years. Recent successes have drilled microscopically into the...

“I’m not going to make this fluffy for you,” says poet and performer Jackie Hagan in her solo show This Is Not a Safe...

Directed by Strictly Come Dancing’s Craig Revel Horwood, new musical Son of a Preacher Man is a frothy confection that revisits Dusty Springfield’s songs...

"Sail on, sail on, good ship Titanic!", goes a thrilling choral refrain in this Broadway-originated musical, and so does Thom Southerland's boldly stripped-back production...

Abigail’s Party: the very title is synonymous with social climbing, terrible fashion and big hair. The epitome of car crash drama, its creator Mike...

Yes, it’s a jukebox musical. And no, it’s not imaginatively told, galloping straightforwardly through Tina Turner’s life and works from childhood to the peak...

Plays that explore life from the point of view of women of colour are few and far between. It's a shame, then, that Coconut...

For the final triple bill of the Royal Ballet season, the only connection between the pieces is that their makers have been resident choreographers...

When the original production of Twang!! closed in January 1966, it was the most expensive flop in the West End to date. Its reviews...
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