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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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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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Bat Out Of Hell

Bat Out of Hell

Bat Out of Hell I had somehow completely missed last years production of Bat Out of Hell at the Coliseum and after attending their preview event I was determined to catch it this time round. I finally got my chance on the evening of the 23rd April. Bat Out of Hell is possibly one of the most random musicals I

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A Passage To India

A Passage To India

A Passage To India at The Churchill Theatre: A Passage To India is an adaptation of the novel by E.M Forster. It is set in Imperial India and looks at the English and Indians living side by side. It tells of Mrs Moore, who befriends Aziz, both of whom, against many protestations believe that Indians and English can be friends.

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