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review round-up

Mood Music sounds great. It’s directed by Roger Michell, a big-shot name in stage and screen who most recently took the reins of Nina...

What a time to be alive, if you’re an Abba fan (and who isn’t?). Not only have the Swedish pop legends announced a sensational...

Rodney Ackland’s The Pink Room was smashed to smithereens by critics when it premiered in 1952, effectively stopping Ackland’s successful playwriting career dead. He...

Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom began life in 1984 as a short student play, devised by Luhrmann and his classmates at Sydney’s National Institute of...

Brace yourself – here comes the next mega-hit jukebox musical. Tina, which opened with a bang in the West End this week and looks...

It’s back. After a six-year hiatus touring the provinces, Kander and Ebb’s classic 1975 musical returns to the West End, where it chalked up...

Just as the National's extraordinary Angels in America hits the headlines on its Broadway transfer, London gets another epic, seven-hour, two-part play set in...

Rufus Norris' National regime was marred by several high-profile flops in the Olivier last year. Salome, Common and Saint George and the Dragon all...

Another week, another uber-long play on one of London’s biggest stages. After Annie Baker’s John at the National and Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey...
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