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Review: A witty drama about gay manners and morals in the age of AIDS

Review: A witty drama about gay manners and morals in the age of AIDS

My Night with Reg **** By Peter May From scenes of full frontal nudity, banned London Underground posters and countless column inches, there has been plenty of hype surrounding this…

Theatre Review: Bad Jews

Theatre Review: Bad Jews

Bad Jews St James Theatre *****  By Peter May  With a head turning title, a good farcical family feud and a razor sharp script, Bad Jews is guaranteed to lift…

Review: A Russian set drama tracing the legacy of communism

Review: A Russian set drama tracing the legacy of communism

Donkey Heart Trafalgar Studios 2 **** By Peter May This is an intriguing and engaging play set in a small and overcrowded flat about the life and loves of a…

Review: Almodovar’s musical gets a second shot on stage

Review: Almodovar’s musical gets a second shot on stage

Women on the verge of a Nervous Breakdown Playhouse Theatre ***   By Peter May   After an unsuccessful stint on Broadway a few years ago, Pedro Almodovar’s screwball comedy…

An adrenaline rush of acrobatics in a zany kingdom

An adrenaline rush of acrobatics in a zany kingdom

Kooza: Cirque Du Soleil  Royal Albert Hall *****   By Peter May Two years after last rolling into town, this infamous Canadian extravaganza returns to London once again. This production is…

Theatre Review: This new revival is the Cat’s pyjamas

Theatre Review: This new revival is the Cat’s pyjamas

Cats London Palladium ***** By Peter May It’s always risky when resurrecting old productions, especially when they were originally wildly successful, long running ones for over twenty years. So twelve…

Theatre Review: Cinderella: Hip Hip Hooray – ‘Gray is here to save the day’!

Theatre Review: Cinderella: Hip Hip Hooray –  ‘Gray is here to save the day’!

Cinderella ****   By Edward Walsh In a land far, far away ‘Southfork’ a fairy godmother is here to game, set and match the day. The New Wimbledon Theatre has…

Theatre review: Wind in the Willows

Theatre review: Wind in the Willows

Wind in the Willows ****     By Peter May Most people are familiar with the age-old tale of Wind in the Willows, however this stage version has a rather…

Art of the Brick: Lego exhibition at London’s Old Truman Brewery

Art of the Brick: Lego exhibition at London’s Old Truman Brewery

Art of the Brick Old Truman Brewery ***** By Peter May It has been a fruitful year for Lego, what with a Blockbuster movie hit; sales for the toy have…

Review: John Waters

Review: John Waters

John Waters Southbank Centre ***** The thin mustachioed kingpin and self promoter of filth returned to London for a one off show and he was as eloquent as ever. He…

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