There’s nothing not to like here. The songs are great, if occasionally forgettable, the cast nail it and the story is watchable. It’s fun and occasionally thought-provoking. Well worth seeing.
★★☆☆☆ | Black Cat: Bohemia The Black Cat cabaret has been slinking its way round the London circuit for a good few years and frankly, it’s starting to look a […]
Miss this at your peril. It’s riotous fun and yes, it’s pretty darn hot but don’t fear, it’s also ideal for a sultry summer night in the air-conditioned Coliseum.
★★★★★ | Chicago, Phoenix Theatre It turns out that Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart hadn’t gone away for good, they were just polishing their revolvers, sharpening their tongues and napping […]
★★★★☆ | Devil With the Blue Dress, The Bunker If you’re old enough to remember 1998 then you’ll recall a lot of fuss about a certain chalky stain down the […]
★★★★★ | The Inheritance, The Young Vic It’s a bold move to schedule nearly 7 hours of theatre about the lives of gay men, by a writer who’s largely unknown […]
★★★☆☆ | Kiss of the Spiderwoman Manuel Puig’s story of two men incarcerated in a brutal Argentinian prison is a funny and moving take on masculinity and oppression. Molina is […]
★★★☆☆ | Brief Encounter Emma Rice’s tribute to Noel Coward’s Brief Encounter is back after 10 years away and in an unusual venue: a cinema in the West End. Sadly […]
★★☆☆☆ | Harold and Maude If you’ve never seen the 1971 cult classic film ‘Harold and Maude’ then you’ve missed out. Poignant, darkly humorous and with a lilting soundtrack by […]
★★★☆☆ | A Princess Undone Long before Diana, there was a princess who was a definite queens’ queen. Fags, booze, a withering put down and a tragic relationship history: she’d probably […]
★★★★★ | Dust, Soho Theatre Alice, the central character of Dust, is dead, looking on as the aftermath of her suicide causes unexpected reactions. Don’t expect Patrick Swayze style saucy […]