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The really sad thing about Penelope Skinner’s tragicomic Eigengrau is that, in the nine years since it opened at London’s Bush Theatre, it doesn't...

Andrew Norris' musical began life in 2004 as a nostalgic pastiche of the Australian soap operas Neighbours and Home and Away, set to the...

I trained with Miskin Theatre company, which was a fantastic training ground for me. My first paid job was being the Wind Up man...

David Kent's musical has had a convoluted development since starting as a two-hander at the London School of Musical Theatre in 2013 entitled The...

Shaun Kitchener’s Christmas Farce, set in the green room of a contemporary retelling of the Nativity on press night, is rife with “Ooh, matron!” moments....

Hanns Johst’s Schlageter is perhaps the great unproduced Brexit play, the rise of populism epic that has yet to see the light of day....

Receiving its British premiere nearly 40 years after its Broadway debut in 1978, Ballroom is a fascinating curiosity of a musical. However the thing...

From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads is neither a tribute act, nor a eulogy for a musical icon. Instead, Adrian Berry’s tender, tentative play...

If you want to know the history of the musical (Title of Show), then it's probably best that you see it. This quirky 2004...
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