Monthly Archives: May 2018

Tartuffe

tartuffe

Tartuffe at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. Guest reviewer Daniel Bennett attended the press night for Tartuffe, the latest play to hit the Theatre Royal Haymarket’s stage: Tartuffe is the latest revival to be fashionably inspired by a desire to make a statement about Trump’s America. Others of this ilk include the subtle commentaries on the current western political landscape offered

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West End Calling

West end calling

West End Calling West End Calling is a talent competition for those under 21. It offers these young performers a chance to perform in front of West End performers and get valuable feedback before ending up at the final at The Other Palace. I attended the Senior final. To get this far the finalists have already been through an audition,

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Schism at the Park Theatre

Schism

Schism at Park Theatre Failed architect Harrison had plans to end his life. The last thing he needed was Katherine, a young student, breaking into his house begging for his help… As their chaotic first encounter turns into the beginning of a twenty year relationship, the unlikely couple grow to realise that they are capable of either building something great

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Chicago

Chicago

Chicago the Musical at Phoenix Theatre Chicago feels like a musical that is has always been around. It originally opened in 1976 on the West End, it was then revived in 1997 at the Adelphi Theatre, Cambridge Theatre and the Garrick until 2012. It then toured for 5 years up until last year. I was lucky enough to see both

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H.R.Haitch at Union Theatre

H.R.Haitch

H.R.Haitch at the Union Theatre H.R.Haitch is a musical comedy which although was a showcased in 2015, the current production at the Union is the first fully staged production of it. The current production is blessed with impeccable timing with the royal nuptials of Harry and Meghan happening this weekend making the story even more relevant. H.R.Haitch tells of Prince

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