Dinner and a Show

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When Darkness Falls

When Darkness Falls

Park Theatre, stage review: ‘Jump scares, bubbling dread, and historical intrigue aplenty’

Beating rain, driving wind, the sense of [...]

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The Choir of Man

The Choir of Man

London Wonderground

An energetic, crowd-pleasing night at the boozer, celebrating beer and male friendship.

You had me at free [...]

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Anything Goes

Anything Goes

Barbican, stage review: ‘Bobbing on the waves of theatrical genius’

Whether it be economic depression or a global pandemic, don’t we [...]

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The Game of Love and Chance

The Game of Love and Chance

Arcola Outside, stage review: ‘A riotously good show’

Reminiscent of the Italian piazzas where the style of commedia [...]
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The Red Side of the Moon

The Red Side of the Moon

St Paul’s Church Covent Garden

Star rating: four stars ★ ★ ★ ★ ✩

Howling at the moooooon, while under the slowly darkening sky, as a [...]

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Truth/Reconciliation

Truth/Reconciliation

Old Red Lion Theatre

A gripping, emotional reflection on the theatre industry, with clever scripting and technically impressive [...]

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Passo, Shoreditch, food review

Passo, Shoreditch, food review

‘Exceptional service but less-than-exceptional food’

The players: a beloved old school friend and myself. The setting: the bustling [...]

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