- Strictly Speaking: Week 8
- Strictly Week 8: Whose technique failed them in a dramatic dance?
- Strictly Speaking: Week 7
- Strictly Come Dancing Week 7: Whose Latin technique got them in trouble?
- Strictly Come Dancing – with its first same-sex dance tomorrow, is the show keeping in step with the modern dance world?
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Tag Archives: horrible histories
There are plenty of seasonal treats served up in the capital this year, from pantos and plays to opera and dance. Here are some of the tastiest morsels for the 2018-19 festive period. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here
From a starry drama to musical revivals and family-friendly fun. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here
Struggling to fill the school holidays, and no luck getting Cursed Child tickets? Fear not – there are plenty of fantastic London theatre options for family audiences. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here
“Comedy, love and a bit with a dog,” counselled Henslowe in Stoppard’s Shakespeare in Love, and his populist advice is taken to heart in this broad, bawdy, big-hearted farce untroubled by nuanced characterisation or context. Jessica Swale’s modern-language Restoration romp ensures a … Continue reading
There are two main routes for ye olde historical drama: authentic but worthy, or winningly presented hogwash (see: The Tudors, The Borgias, The Simpsons). The White Queen, sadly, is neither. This Mills & Boon take on the Wars of the … Continue reading
Goodman and Charles Productions’ The Sword and the Dope enters a crowded marketplace. Improbable as it may seem, the (loosely) historical, satirical, musical extravaganza has become theatrical dynamite, largely thanks to that West End juggernaut forever associated with wartime luncheon meat. To … Continue reading