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This Christmas, join the Birmingham Repertory Theatre in their magical rendition of Raymond Brigg’s The Snowman.Christmas would not be the same without this enchanting festive classic, and this particular adaptation makes its way to theatre for its 21st season!...
Today, the idea of the theatre can evoke tradition and history, having perhaps one of the longest histories of all the arts. But when the theatres first began springing up in London in the sixteenth and seventeenth century, they...
Fairy tales are not really for children. Bluebeard beheads his wives; Little Red Riding Hood’s beloved grandma is eaten alive and impersonated by a wolf; Snow White’s stepmother is forced to dance to death wearing red hot iron slippers....
 After a hugely successful year in 2017, HighTide Theatre returns to Walthamstow for a second outing. Bringing a varied programme of theatre, comedy, music and activities for children, HighTide has announced an enticing line-up of local vendors and performers...
Review | End of the Pier by Danny RobinsBy Francis BeckettMike is a successful stand-up comic with his own television show.  His father Bobby used to be a successful stand-up too, until one dreadful day in Macclesfield he made...
The coats stand out in the exhilarating performance piece Fatherland now on at the Lyric, Hammersmith after its premiere in the Manchester International Festival in 2017. The armour of manhood in the 21st century. Men in black, beige and tan...
Walking into the Wyndham, the stage takes you by surprise. Alfred Molina sits unmoving, back to the audience, staring fixedly at one of the many deep crimson paintings that loom over the stage. Instantly, we find ourselves in Mark...
The Inheritance stands at almost seven hours long: Matthew Lopez’s two-part, self-aware epic on the legacy of gay men past-and present. Treating everything from the devastation of a post-AIDs generation and the LGBT reaction to the Trump-era, The Inheritance...
McQueen Theatre Royal Haymarket Limited run from 19th AugustReviewed by Lauren HepburnIt's been five years since Lee McQueen took his life. The exquisite dress worn by Kate Middleton on her wedding day along with the V&A's fabulous 'Savage Beauty' exhibition this...

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