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.

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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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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Tick, Tick... Boom! - Review - Bridge House Theatre

An autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson

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Velvet - Review - Above The Stag Theatre

Life is made up of an infinite amount of choices. Some are good, some others..

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Variant 31 - Review - Space 18

Get ready to run, shoot..or die

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Brooklyn The Musical - Review - Greenwich Theatre

A story within a story

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Now and Then - Review - Above The Stag

Now and then, I fall again for you

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The Open - Review - The Space

A story of a future Britain turned into a golf course

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Gastronomic - Review - Shoreditch Town Hall

Fasten your seatbelts!

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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  

Tick, Tick... Boom! - Review - Bridge House Theatre

An autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson  more  

Velvet - Review - Above The Stag Theatre

Life is made up of an infinite amount of choices. Some are good, some others..  more  

Variant 31 - Review - Space 18

Get ready to run, shoot..or die  more  

Brooklyn The Musical - Review - Greenwich Theatre

A story within a story  more  

Now and Then - Review - Above The Stag

Now and then, I fall again for you  more  

The Open - Review - The Space

A story of a future Britain turned into a golf course  more  

Gastronomic - Review - Shoreditch Town Hall

Fasten your seatbelts!  more