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Songs for Nobodies Tickets at the Ambassadors Theatre

London Theatre Review: Songs for Nobodies at the Ambassadors Theatre

Posted on | By Laura Franek |

Nestled in the gorgeous Ambassadors Theatre on West Street, the delightful Songs for Nobodies by Joanna Murray-Smith ... Read more

London Theatre Review: The Mousetrap at St. Martin's Theatre

Posted on | By Kay Johal |

After 66 years and over 27,500 performances, it can simply be said that The Mousetrap has truly cemented its place in... Read more

Natasha Gordon’s Nine Night reminds us why it’s important to support new playwrights

Posted on | By Ephram Ryan |

Thousands of stories remain untold by playwrights who dream of seeing the names of their works up in lights. But as p... Read more

London Theatre Review: Pinter 6 – Party Time/Celebration at the Harold Pinter Theatre

Posted on | By Ephram Ryan |

If you have not yet seen a Harold Pinter play live on stage, then Party Time and Celebration offer a spectacular plac... Read more

London Theatre Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Posted on | By Sandra Howell |

Excluding musicals, this is one of the best plays I've seen this year. Why? The Curious Incident of the Dog in th... Read more

London Theatre Review: Aladdin at Prince Edward Theatre

Posted on | By Kay Johal |

The wonderful world of Disney can be a very special place, full of plenty of magic and amazement to transport you fro... Read more

London Theatre Review: Nine Night at Trafalgar Studios

Posted on | By Shanine Salmon |

National Theatre’s Nine Night deserves its transfer. Natasha Gordon (who also appears as Lorraine) has written ... Read more

Company at the Gielgud Theatre tickets

London Theatre Review: Company

Posted on | By Harrison Fuller |

Company is, in short, a masterpiece.  Marianne Elliot’s interpretation of Stephen Sondheim’s... Read more

London Theatre Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Piccadilly Theatre

Posted on | By Kay Johal |

When a bestselling book is brought to life on stage, there is the potential for creative genius or utter disappointme... Read more

London Theatre Review: Bat Out of Hell

Posted on | By Harrison Fuller |

It wasn’t until reading the programme notes that I learned the iconic album, Bat out of Hell, was originally wr... Read more

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