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Reviews

London Theatre Review: On Your Feet, the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan

Posted on | By Kay Johal |

Gloria Estefan.  An instantly recognisable name, synonymous with a good time. Telling the story of how Gloria an... Read more

London Theatre Review: The Girl On The Train at the Duke of Yorks Theatre

Posted on | By Jack Hudson |

There’s a neologism – 'sonder' – used to describe the realisation that the p... Read more

London Theatre Review: 9 to 5 at the Savoy Theatre

Posted on | By Sandra Howell |

Nearly 4 decades before #MeToo, Dolly Parton, alongside Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, starred in the comedy film 9 to 5... Read more

London Theatre Review: the end of history... at the Royal Court Theatre

Posted on | By Shanine Salmon |

Jack Thorne is one of Britain’s most acclaimed playwrights and screenwriters but even for him, a family history... Read more

London Theatre Review: The Night of the Iguana at the Noel Coward Theatre

Posted on | By Jack Hudson |

It’s sometimes odd to be crammed into a warm auditorium, amongst your tribe of fast-paced, fidgety Londoners &n... Read more

London Theatre Review: Equus

Posted on | By Jack Slater |

They shoot horses, don’t they? Well, no. Not in Peter Shaffer’s classic thriller. In Equus, the... Read more

London Theatre Review: New Cast of Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre

Posted on | By Sandra Howell |

Waitress the musical comedy remains faithful to the plot and structure of the film on which it is based, which is mor... Read more

London Theatre Review: On Your Feet! at the London Coliseum

Posted on | By Shanine Salmon |

The long-awaited Gloria Estefan musical transfers to London after making its US debut in 2015. On Your Feet! is the b... Read more

London Theatre Review: On Your Feet!

Posted on | By Sandra Howell |

On Your Feet! is a jukebox musical for die-hard fans of Gloria Estefan. It presents a brief biography of Gloria and E... Read more

London Theatre Review: The Light in the Piazza at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall

Posted on | By Sandra Howell |

On the face of it, The Light in the Piazza playing at the Royal Festival Hall in London’s Southbank Centre... Read more

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