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REVIEW: Rasta Thomas’ Romeo and Juliet at the Peacock Theatre

"Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean…" These words of pure poetry are some of the most memorable opening lines of any play ever written, immediately recognisable as...

REVIEW: Norma Jeane The Musical at Ye Olde Rose and Crown

Stumbling across incredible new musical theatre is one of the reasons I love reviewing so much. The energy, imagination and commitment that goes into producing that show for the first time is so exciting when it comes through onstage. Sometimes shows can sail by on...

REVIEW: World Premiere of Seasons of Love

It’s not often that as a reviewer, you get to see a show that’s absolutely unlike anything you've ever seen before. And it’s even more unusual to see something so new and innovative, and to love it unequivocally, despite its imperfections. That’s what happened with...

LOOK AHEAD: Rasta Thomas’ Romeo and Juliet at the Peacock Theatre

It has been announced that Rasta Thomas' Romeo and Juliet will play a four-week London season at the Peacock Theatre, Sadler’s Wells’ home in the West End, from Tuesday 3 - Sunday 29 March. Set against a backdrop of state of the art architectural light design...