Reviews

If you end up on this page it means you love theatre like me! These theatre reviews will help you navigate what theatre shows are must see's and what ones might be a miss.

If you end up on this page it means you love theatre like me! These theatre reviews will help you navigate what theatre shows are must see's and what ones might be a miss.

Last year I attended more than 100 shows in London. Some amazing, some others great, others so so, others a complete waste of time. I want to share my passion for theatre with you, and create a place where we can discuss all the shows we get to see in this great city.


 
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Art Heist - Review - New Diorama Theatre

An experimental comedy about the danger of labels

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The girl who fell - Review - Trafalgar Studios

A poignant and darkly funny play by Sarah Rutherford

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Fast - Review - Park Theatre

How far is too far for the perfect cure?

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Dangerous Liaisons - Review - Bridewell Theatre

Sedos' new take on the classic story of seduction, betrayal and exploitation

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Last Orders: The Haunting of the Old Red Lion - Review - Old Red Lion

Did you say ghosts?

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The House of Yes - Review - The Hope Theatre

What happens if you grow up in a house of only "yes"?

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Follow my fingers - Review - Bread and Roses Theatre

A dark new tale of trauma

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Mites - Review - Tristan Bates Theatre

A comic absurdist interpretation of mental health based on personal experience

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Gentlemen prefer blondes - Review - The Union Theatre

Do gentlemen really prefer blondes?

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The Pirate Cruncher - Review - Artsdepot

A comically gruesome adventure of pirates, monsters and the ingenuity of one small girl.

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Art Heist - Review - New Diorama Theatre

An experimental comedy about the danger of labels  more  

The girl who fell - Review - Trafalgar Studios

A poignant and darkly funny play by Sarah Rutherford  more  

Fast - Review - Park Theatre

How far is too far for the perfect cure?  more  

Dangerous Liaisons - Review - Bridewell Theatre

Sedos' new take on the classic story of seduction, betrayal and exploitation  more  

Last Orders: The Haunting of the Old Red Lion - Review - Old Red Lion

Did you say ghosts?  more  

The House of Yes - Review - The Hope Theatre

What happens if you grow up in a house of only "yes"?  more  

Follow my fingers - Review - Bread and Roses Theatre

A dark new tale of trauma  more  

Mites - Review - Tristan Bates Theatre

A comic absurdist interpretation of mental health based on personal experience  more  

Gentlemen prefer blondes - Review - The Union Theatre

Do gentlemen really prefer blondes?  more  

The Pirate Cruncher - Review - Artsdepot

A comically gruesome adventure of pirates, monsters and the ingenuity of one small girl.   more