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26 blogs about Theatre.

  1. 2nd from Bottom
    “Reviewing the situation...” By John Chapman. 🇬🇧

    The Way Old Friends Do (Review)
    An ultimately feel good show which does what it says on the tin ... and then some
    By John Chapman, 23 words

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  2. Aleks Sierz - Blog
    “Journalist, author, broadcaster and theatre critic. New Writing for the British Stage.” 🇬🇧

    CHAT-GPT reviews Tim Crouch
    Tim Crouch’s play, Truth’s a Dog Must to Kennel, was first performed by the author in Edinburgh last year. But not according to CHAT-GPT. Oh, no — AI has its own ideas about the show. …
    By Aleks Sierz, 327 words

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  3. Aleks Sierz - Reviews
    “Journalist, author, broadcaster and theatre critic. New Writing for the British Stage.” 🇬🇧

    The Way Old Friends Do, Park Theatre
    Is it a good idea to work with your spouse? The Way Old Friends Do, a love letter to ABBA tribute bands — which premiered at the Birmingham Rep last month and now visits the …
    By Aleks Sierz, 745 words

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  4. All Edinburgh
    “Reviews, news and previews edited by Thom Dibdin.” By Thom Dibdin, et al. 🇬🇧

    Brunton dark to June
    All events at the Brunton before June affected The Brunton Theatre in Musselburgh is to go dark, initially until June, with all planned events unable to take place within the theatre building because of roof …
    By Thom Dibdin, 329 words

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  5. The Ballet Star Galactica
    “Aka That Ballerina Act. A blog about the performer life. Cabaret turn, author, classical bass-baritone.” By Iestyn Edwards. 🇬🇧

    Jerry Sadowitz and my Honey Flap
    No, no to the venue staff at the Pleasance, Edinburgh, being able to pull Jerry Sadowitz's show because it doesn't 'align with their values'. During Jack and the Beanstalk, in 204, one of my Dame …
    By Iestyn Edwards, 314 words

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  6. Breaking The Fourth Wall
    “Michael Davis' thoughts on theatre and the Arts.” 🇬🇧

    Lately, Old Joint Stock Theatre – Review
    British seaside towns could arguably be the perfect metaphor for the human condition. Perhaps it’s because by their nature, seaside towns are in peak season for only a few months; the rest of the time …
    By Michael Davis, 551 words

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  7. Cultural Capital
    “Theatre, arts and events in London.” By Maryam Philpott. 🇬🇧

    Dance of Death – Coronet Theatre
    This review expands an alternative version originally published by The Reviews Hub. One part of the theatre ecosystem has taken a little longer to get back on its feet than any others and that is …
    By Maryam Philpott, 62 words

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  8. The Family Stage
    “For PLAYful families: News and reviews of theatrical things for every age.” 🇬🇧

    REVIEW: Helen, Nothing 2 Perform (VAULT Festival)
    We’ve reached the final week at VAULT Festival. Three years and two further cancelled festivals after VAULT 2020 was forced to prematurely close its doors, the festival faces an uncertain future after losing its iconic …
    By The Family Stage, 514 words

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  9. Glasgow Theatre Blog
    “The best place for news, interviews and reviews of theatre in Glasgow and beyond.” By Lauren Humphreys. 🇬🇧

    REVIEW: Death Drop Back in the Habit – King’s Theatre, Glasgow
    Death Drop: Back in the Habit is the latest in what is fast becoming a drag-theatre franchise. In a previous incarnation, a murder mystery, this iteration is inspired by the slasher genre. Billed as “The …
    By glasgowtheatreblog, 454 words

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  10. Kris Hallett - life as theatre
    “Director, Teacher, Writer.” 🇬🇧

    This House- Tobacco Factory Theatres ****
    This House ensemble © Craig Fuller James Graham is the theatre’s chronicler of the nation, taking over from the position that David Hare used to revel in. His state of the nation plays throw us …
    By kristopherhallett, 608 words

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  11. LouReviews
    “London theatre - films, books, digital shows worldwide.” By Louise Penn. 🇬🇧

    Sprint preview: 1001
    Opening at Camden People’s Theatre at Sprint Festival tonight at 9pm, 1001 is a ‘desperate plea for rest’. The team of director Jana Aizupe, and performers/co-creators Caroline O’Mahoney, Nikita-Nina Shanks, Marta Sleiere and Gi Vasey …
    By Louise Penn, 67 words

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  12. Man in Chair
    “Music Theatre, Opera, Ballet and Play Reviews.” By Simon Parris. 🇦🇺

    The Australian Ballet: Don Quixote review [Melbourne 2023]
    From stage to screen and back to stage, Don Quixote lives anew, lovingly and lavishly refreshed in this highly theatrical, wonderfully entertaining production. As The Australian Ballet celebrates their 60th anniversary year, the additional landmark …
    By Simon Parris, 930 words

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  13. Mind the blog
    “Here you’ll find reviews and features on theatre, concerts, albums, and anything else that’s even tenuously related.” By Debbie. 🇬🇧

    Bonnie & Clyde
    Bonnie & Clyde Photo credit: The Other Richard “Nothing rhymes with ‘Clyde & Bonnie’.” Everyone’s favourite criminal gang returns, as Bonnie & Clyde moves home to the Garrick Theatre for a limited engagement, following on …
    By Debbie, 1,108 words

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  14. Musical Theatre Review
    “Onstage. Backstage. Worldwide.” 🇬🇧

    Titanic The Musical – Churchill Theatre, Bromley and Touring
    Joseph Peacock and company in Titanic The Musical at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley and Touring. Picture: Pamela Raith Titanic The Musical was reviewed at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley. The UK and Ireland tour continues until …
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  15. News, reviews and opinion from the cheapest seat
    By Shanine Salmon. 🇬🇧

    Re-Animator The Bloody Musical, The Drayton Arms
    There’s a trailer for an American version of Re-Animator The Musical that features a large cast, impressive songs and a heavy dose of blood and gore that makes it look like it’s a delight, at …
    By Alex Finch, 817 words

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  16. Not Exactly Billington
    “We've been writing about theatre in Leicester and around the UK since 2012.” 🇬🇧

  17. Partially Obstructed View
    “Writing down what I think about theatre I've seen in That London, whether I've been asked to or not.” By Nick. 🇬🇧

    Theatre review: The Tempest (Shakespeare's Globe / Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank)
    Hey, you know what's a great way to stop me from spending an entire review of The Tempest ranting about how awful Prospero is? Edit the text so you cut out... more or less everything …
    By nick730, 1,088 words

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  18. The Play's The Thing UK
    “British Theatre & Performance Criticism.” By Laura Kressly. 🇬🇧

    RAH, Hen & Chickens Theatre and Hope Theatre
    By Luisa De la Concha Montes RAH is a play written and performed by Laila Latifa. Set in the bedroom of Manal, a half-Moroccan, half-British woman in her early twenties, the play bravely depicts a …
    By laurakressly, 441 words

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  19. Rev Stan's theatre blog
    “Reviews, views and interviews by a theatre fan.” 🇬🇧

    Review: Further Than The Furthest Thing,Young Vic - charmed by island life but questions remain
    Cyril Nri and Kirsty Rider in Further than the Furthest Thing at Young Vic March 2023. Photo:(c) Marc Brenner In Shakespeare's Island play The Tempest, Caliban says: "Be not afeared, the isle is full of …
    By Rev Stan, 65 words

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  20. Rewrite This Story
    “For all your musical theatre needs including news, reviews and interviews straight from the West End and Broadway!” By Olivia Mitchell. 🇬🇧

    Girl From The North Country (Tour), New Wimbledon Theatre | Review
    Girl From The North Country (Tour)New Wimbledon Theatre★★★★★Set to Bob Dylan’s poetic and politically charged back catalogue, Girl from the North Country introduces us to a rabble of lost souls at Nick Laine’s destitute guesthouse …
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