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My Neighbour Totoro, Barbican

This Studio Ghibli adaptation is theatre at its most magical. Read my London Theatre review here

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Book tickets to the hottest Off-West End autumn shows

From Eureka Day at the Old Vic to The Canterville Ghost at Southwark Playhouse. Read my full London Theatre article here

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What to expect from Studio Ghibli’s My Neighbour Totoro on stage

Learn all about the award-winning Japanese studio and the RSC’s new stage adaptation. Read my full London Theatre article here

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Anything Goes, Barbican

This fabulously escapist Cole Porter musical is still the top. Read my full London Theatre review here

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Bonnie Langford: All I did in Doctor Who was say ‘but Doctor…’ and scream

I chatted to Bonnie Langford about Anything Goes, Doctor Who, EastEnders and more. Read my full The i Paper interview here

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Book tickets to summer shows in the West End

Catch these hot, hot, hot London productions. Read my full London Theatre article here

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Le Bal de Paris, Barbican

Glad rags, zebra heads and a virtual reality extravaganza. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Ballet Black double bill, Barbican

An exuberant 20th-anniversary show presents two contrasting premieres. Read my full review for The i Paper

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The best dance shows of 2020

My 2020 preview of dance – from a new version of the Frankenstein myth to a hip-hop theatre take on Sting. Read my full The i Paper article here

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REDD, Barbican

The recent development of hip-hop theatre has had a crucial advocate in company Boy Blue, formed by Kenrick ‘H20’ Sandy and Michael ‘Mikey J’ Asante. Their 2017 Blak, Whyte, Gray drew acclaim for its restrained, stylised and sophisticated drama, rather … Continue reading

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