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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…

A Big Glittering Greeting Card of a Show

A Big Glittering Greeting Card of a Show

White Christmas Dominion Theatre **** By Peter May   If you’re a Christmas grouch, this is not the show for you. However, for everyone else who is looking to get…

Win tickets to a film preview!

Win tickets to a film preview!

The Stations of the Cross In cinemas 28 November The making of this German-language film and its success carries a message to anyone who looks for a second opinion. Against…

A sassy and brassy story which helped win equality for women everywhere

A sassy and brassy story which helped win equality for women everywhere

Made in Dagenham Adelphi Theatre **** By Peter May Joining the long list of big screen movies to make the jump from screen to stage, Made in Dagenham is sure…

A thrilling musical set in Segregation-era America

A thrilling musical set in Segregation-era America

Memphis Shaftesbury Theatre **** After recently hanging up her microphone starring in the Bodyguard, Beverley Knight stars in this new love letter to Memphis style musical. Set in the 1950’s, she…

Review: East is East

Review: East is East

By Peter May **** After a five-year absence from the stage, Jane Horrocks returns in the latest revival of the hit Bafta award-winning film from 1999. For those unfamiliar with…

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