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Christmas 2014 Review

REVIEW: Eric and Little Ern at the St James Theatre

One of the most successful British comedy double acts in history, it’s fair to say that Morecambe and Wise, collectively, were a pair of national icons. Making an indelible mark on television comedy, they performed over more than 40 years, with just a brief interlude...

REVIEW: Miss Havisham’s Expectations at the Trafalgar Studios

A Dickens classic, Great Expectations is a traditional coming-of-age story piqued by complex characters and beautifully detailed narrative. A book taught in schools up and down the country, it follows the social and emotional development of the orphaned Pip, who lives the early years of...

REVIEW: Booty and the Biatch at the LOST Theatre

It’s that time of year again, when otherwise perfectly respectable actors and actresses don ridiculous outfits, overact their hearts out and sing (hopefully) hilarious parodies, all in the name of the Christmas panto. This year’s “Excess All Areas” offering comes not from the usual Battersea...

REVIEW: The Mikado at The Charing Cross Theatre

For a moment, suspend everything you know about Japan. Imagine a far off and mysterious country where it’s a criminal offense – punishable by death – to flirt. Insert an authoritarian leader called the Mikado, overlay a 19th century English social hierarchy and now call...

REVIEW: Cinderella and the Beanstalk at Theatre503

"It's a family show," is usually marketing code for "designed for kids. Grown ups should bring a good book, and anyone coming without a child will be regarded with the suspicion of one peering in a classroom window." As far as shows with the “family”...