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Romeo and Juliet, Royal Albert Hall

Sergei Polunin finds his redemption, but Alina Cojocaru’s the star in this new production. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Aladdin, Lyric Hammersmith

The traditional curtain-raiser for theatre’s festive season sacrifices pantomime silliness for painful political gags. Read my full Telegraph review here

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A Christmas Carol, Old Vic

Matthew Warchus’s Dickensian charmer is back at the Old Vic for a fifth year. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Go Tell the Bees that I Am Gone by Diana Gabaldon review: Outlander is back – but why sideline the heroine?

After a seven-year wait, the new instalment of the Outlander series finds our heroes caught in the middle of the American Revolutionary War. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Strictly Come Dancing 2021, week 9

Musicals Week sees Tilly Ramsay fight back and Tom Fletcher feeling miserable. Read my Telegraph talking points for the main show and the results show

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Strictly Come Dancing 2021, week 8

Sara Davies is Argentine tangoing home after a strange weekend in the ballroom. Read my Telegraph talking points for the main show and the results show

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Why on earth write a history of British musicals and sideline Andrew Lloyd Webber?

Ethan Mordden is weirdly dismissive of his topic in his book Pick a Pocket or Two. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Sessions, Soho Theatre

This new play about depression and masculinity has some illuminating moments, but is often too thinly sketched. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Strictly Come Dancing 2021, week 7

A “sweet” street dance, lunatic scoring, and Adam Peaty leaves the ballroom. Read my Telegraph talking points for the main show and the results show.

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From the leggy wonder to the lanky learner – who’s making the grade in Strictly’s half-term report?

It’s time to put the contestants and their dance moves under the spotlight and give our verdict on the remaining class of 2021. Read my full Telegraph article here

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