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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The Lago Season - Review - Tristan Bates Theatre

Jack West's trilogy at the Tristan Bates

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The End of Eddy - Review - Unicorn Theatre

"My crime wasn't doing something. My crime was being something"

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That Girl - Review - Old Red Lion Theatre

A new play produced by Broken Silence Theatre

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Dust - Review - Trafalgar Studios

Life, Alice thinks, isn’t worth living. So she kills...

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Distance - Review - Park Theatre

A contemporary story about mental health

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Blood Wedding - Review - Omnibus Theatre

“Why can’t my son be gay? He’d stay home with me and watch old movies.”

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Echoes - Review - Tristan Bates Theatre

A captivating thriller at the Tristan Bates Theatre

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Pericles - Review - National Theatre

National Theatre’s first Public Acts production

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For reasons that remain unclear - Review - King's Head Theatre

A gripping drama exploring abuses

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God 2.0 - Review - Lion and Unicorn Theatre

"Religion is a human invention. I am. I exist"

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The Lago Season - Review - Tristan Bates Theatre

Jack West's trilogy at the Tristan Bates  more  

The End of Eddy - Review - Unicorn Theatre

"My crime wasn't doing something. My crime was being something"  more  

That Girl - Review - Old Red Lion Theatre

A new play produced by Broken Silence Theatre  more  

Dust - Review - Trafalgar Studios

Life, Alice thinks, isn’t worth living. So she kills...  more  

Distance - Review - Park Theatre

A contemporary story about mental health  more  

Blood Wedding - Review - Omnibus Theatre

“Why can’t my son be gay? He’d stay home with me and watch old movies.”  more  

Echoes - Review - Tristan Bates Theatre

A captivating thriller at the Tristan Bates Theatre  more  

Pericles - Review - National Theatre

National Theatre’s first Public Acts production  more  

For reasons that remain unclear - Review - King's Head Theatre

A gripping drama exploring abuses  more  

God 2.0 - Review - Lion and Unicorn Theatre

"Religion is a human invention. I am. I exist"  more