Murder for Two at the Other Palace

If I’ve learnt one thing in 2019 it’s that I don’t hate musical theatre like I’ve always told myself I do!  With shows like Hamelton, Heathers and Eugenius making their way into my heart this year it might be time to admit that my love…

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Bingo at The Pleasance Theatre

Bingo at The Pleasance Theatre

Following his first ever STI test, Cormac discovers the unthinkable: he’s contracted everything from the potentially lethal to the irrepressibly itchy. One word rattles around Cormac’s mind as he leaves the doctors – “Bingo.” As Cormac bounces between his …
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Faulty Towers Dining Experience

Faulty Towers Dining Experience

There are a handful of British comedies that are truly iconic; Mr Bean, The Office and of course, Fawlty Towers.  Despite being around for just two short series it has left a mark on the comedy landscape that cannot …
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Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles on the Future at Leicester Square Theatre

Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles on the Future at Leicester Square Theatre

This show has two things that should work against it from the start, A) it covers ground that has been used endlessly in comedy shows already; class, religion, family and politics etc and B) it relies on the audience to&…
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Miss Nightingale at the Vaults

Miss Nightingale at the Vaults

I have quite a complicated relationship with musicals.  Truth be told I am just not sure if I really like them.  I always want to go see ‘the classics’ and there are days I find myself happily writing …
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