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Review: Ruby Wax ‘How To Be Human’, Leicester Square Theatre

Ruby Wax’s new show, ‘How To Be Human’, playing at the Leicester Square Theatre until the 15th June, is based on her new book of the same title. As much a Ted Talk as it is excellent stand-up, this is comedy for the post-Hannah Gadsby…

Review: Flip Fabirque’s TRANSIT, Underbelly Festival

“Awe-inspiring” I’m very easily impressed with ‘circus’ shows. To see people demonstrate such intricate physical disciplines, skills and talents on stage is awe-inspiring to me. That being said, when watching Flip Fabrique’s new show, I tried to focus more on how the show was put…

Review: Beats On Pointe, Peacock Theatre

“I would defy anyone to leave the theatre without a smile and a spring in their step” It is always a thrill to watch contrasting dance styles sharing the same stage. ‘Beats on Pointe’, from company Masters of Choreography, offers this in abundance with its…

Review: Christopher Bliss: I Spy With My Little Eye Beginning With Why Are You Sleeping With My Wife?, Soho Theatre

“Shropshire’s spectacle-donning, curtain-clad Christopher Bliss is back!” Award-winning comedian Rob Carter returns to a theatre near you – that’s Soho Theatre to be clear – and his lines are as witty and razor-sharp as ever. Shropshire’s spectacle-donning, curtain-clad Christopher Bliss is back with a bang,…

Reviews: ‘A Voice’, ‘Dark Matter’ and ‘Don’t You Dare!’, Tristan Bates Theatre (as part of A Piece of the Continent festival)

A festival celebrating European Theatre could not be in Central London at a more poignant time. In these days of Brexit and where we currently are as a country, this festival conceited by ‘Viola! Europe’ is a perfect example of why we need to come…

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