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Theatre

Review: World’s End, King’s Head Theatre 

“An interesting and captivating debut” The King’s Head Theatre explores sexuality, family and financial & emotional struggles in the debut play by James Corley. World’s End is based in London in the late-nineties where single mother Viv moves into the World’s End Estate in Chelsea…

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Review: Actually, Trafalgar Studios 2 

“A play worth watching” After a strong reception, Anna Ziegler’s new play makes its way across the pond to the Trafalgar Studios. Zeigler’s last play, Photograph 51, took to the West End is 2015 and now returns with ‘Actually’ – a one-act about two freshman…

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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…

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Review: Waitress, Adelphi Theatre 

“London doesn’t have another offering quite like this on the menu” When ‘Waitress’ was announced to be transferring to the West End, everyone was suddenly hungry for pie! Having been on Broadway since 2016, some even wondered whether the UK would get to see this…

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