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Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp., Royal Court

Caryl Churchill returns with a new quartet of shorts – and, at 81, she’s still one of the most daring, formally inventive and linguistically dexterous playwrights working today. There’s never any sense that her work could slide into another medium; … Continue reading

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Falsettos, The Other Palace

William Finn and James Lapine’s musical – which combines two linked one-acts, March of the Falsettos and Falsettoland, set in late 1970s/early 1980s New York – picked up Tony Awards in 1992 for its book and score, and was nominated again in 2016 for an acclaimed revival. Yet the UK … Continue reading

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The Bridges of Madison County, Menier Chocolate Factory

Robert James Waller’s bestselling, though critically panned, 1992 romance novel was reincarnated in the Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep-starring film, and then again in Jason Robert Brown and Marsha Norman’s Tony-winning 2013 musical – both adaptations wisely sloughing off some of the … Continue reading

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The Doctor leads August’s Top 10 new London shows

London is never short of temptations, whether splashy West End shows, epic dramas or bold fringe offerings. From Robert Icke’s latest to Fleabag, Evita and witchy adventures, here are some of this month’s most eye-catching openings. Don’t forget to check back for BroadwayWorld’s reviews, … Continue reading

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, London Palladium

Oh Lord! The second Biblical Andrew Lloyd Webber opening of the week (taking his current London production total up to a whopping five from next month) is his early collaboration with Tim Rice, celebrating 50 years since its original concept album, and back … Continue reading

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the end of history…, Royal Court

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child‘s creative dream team are reunited for another new venture – although this drama’s family doesn’t come with an in-built, wand-waving fanbase. Instead, this is a personal work from writer Jack Thorne, who based the … Continue reading

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Your ultimate guide to London’s summer outdoor theatre

From Shakespeare’s Globe to Lloyd Webber, comedy and cabaret. Read my full TodayTix article here

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Cash Cow, Hampstead Theatre

“How much does she owe us?” So ponder the now estranged parents of a former tennis pro, as they calculate the very literal investment they’ve put into their daughter. This probing new play from Oli Forsyth – well timed for … Continue reading

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BWW Interview: Amy Ellen Richardson

The actresses discusses her role in the Adrian Mole musical, now transferring to the West End. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here

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Rutherford and Son, National Theatre

Rain gushes down the front of the Lyttelton stage, a pitiless wall of water trapping and framing the Rutherfords – a clan very much defined by their environment. It’s an arresting image to open Polly Findlay’s sure revival of Githa … Continue reading

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