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A voyeuristic pleasure not to be missed

A voyeuristic pleasure not to be missed

Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector, Barbican Art Gallery ****  By Peter May If you have ever wondered what it would be like to imagine Andy Warhol or Damien Hirst…

Theatre review: Jurassic Park

Theatre review: Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park Vault Festival *** 1/2  By Peter May   Everyone has a movie they have seen countless times before and this Spielberg classic is more than likely to be…

Elvis Exhibition at The O2 – The largest retrospective ever displayed in Europe.

Elvis Exhibition at The O2 – The largest retrospective ever displayed in Europe.

  By Penny Nair Price Direct from Graceland Memphis to the UK and running until at least August 31st any visitors going to Elvis at The O2 get into the…

Review: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Review: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

By Peter May ***** I must admit, I was not overly familiar with the Grammy Award winning musician of which this new musical is based upon at first. However it is…

Review: Mozart in London Festival Weekend – Classical Opera

Review: Mozart in London Festival Weekend – Classical Opera

***** By David May As a long time devotee of Mozart’s music it was a delight to attend  ‘Mozart in London’ Festival Weekend concerts on 20th, 21st, and 22nd February at Milton…

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…

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