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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Review: Circa, Old Red Lion Theatre by Madeline Lee

Review: Circa, Old Red Lion Theatre3.0starsCirca follows the life of a nameless character referred to as Mr Man and his desperation to find a monogamous relationship, despite the fact he is …

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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Review: The Twilight Zone, The Ambassadors Theatre by Madeline Lee

Review: The Twilight Zone, The Ambassadors Theatre3.0starsA slick and clever take on the popular TV series The Twilight Zone, this show is deeply rooted in the unnaturalistic world of sci-fi…

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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Review: Disturbing the Dust, Etcetera Theatre by Madeline Lee

Review: Disturbing the Dust, Etcetera Theatre1.0starsEtcetera Theatre’s Disturbing the Dust has a plot that vaguely resembles Toy Story while hinting at an ongoing war outside, but what is…

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Monday, February 25, 2019

Review: The Murdér Express, Pedley Street Station by Madeline Lee

Review: The Murdér Express, Pedley Street Station 3.0Overall Score An immersive and interactive full dining experience with the classic ‘whodunnit’ plot line. The Murdér Express tak…

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Sunday, February 24, 2019

Review: Dinomania, New Diorama Theatre by Madeline Lee

Review: Dinomania, New Diorama Theatre 4.0stars Dinomania is a fast-paced look into Gideon Mantel’s (a well known geologist who collected fossils to prove evolution) life in the 1800s and …

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Saturday, February 9, 2019

Review: Black is the Color of My Voice and Soul Sessions, Trafalgar Studios by Madeline Lee

Review: Black is the Color of My Voice and Soul Sessions, Trafalgar Studios4.0starsA combination of stunning acting, exquisite vocals and a heart-rending, relevant story, Black is the Color …

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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Review: Cost of Living, Hampstead Theatre by Madeline Lee

Review: Cost of Living, Hampstead Theatre 3.0stars A beautiful performance by four exceptional actors that feels too subtle and slow-paced to really pack a punch. Before the play, audience m…

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Monday, January 28, 2019

Review: No Show, Soho Theatre by Madeline Lee

Review: No Show, Soho Theatre 3.0stars An enlightening show that tells the untold story of circus performers, No Show takes you through several circus acts in a vaudeville style. But what gi…

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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Review: Twelfth Night, Southwark Playhouse by Madeline Lee

Review: Twelfth Night, Southwark Playhouse2.5starsA hyperactively charged show that takes Shakespeare into a contemporary setting, this show is a quirky adaptation of Twelfth Night that find…

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Saturday, January 5, 2019

Review: Time is Love/ Teimpo Es Amor, The Finborough Theatre by Madeline Lee

With delightful language and superb acting, two out of three elements are nailed in this production to make it an outstanding play. It now only needs a mesmerising plot to stress the signifi…

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Thursday, December 20, 2018

Review: Rhapsody in You and Wrong Songs for Christmas, Print Room at the Coronet by Madeline Lee

Review of Rhapsody in You and Wrong Songs for Christmas, which played at the Print Room at the Coronet on 15 December. The post Review: Rhapsody in You and Wrong Songs for Christmas, Print R…

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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Review: Weird, Soho Theatre by Madeline Lee

Weird is a one woman play that explores issues of mental health, specifically OCD, in an immensely accessible and intriguing way. The show starts when we discover Yasmin (Amy Doyle) has left…

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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Review: Murder for Two, The Other Palace by Madeline Lee

This farcical two-man musical is highly entertaining and showcases quadruple threat performers; with superb acting and singing, genius piano playing, but questionable dancing. The only stere…

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Monday, December 3, 2018

Review: A Christmas Story, The Musical, Waterloo East Theatre by Madeline Lee

A Christmas Story, The Musical centres on a young boy called Ralphie (Felix Hepburn) whose only Christmas wish is to receive a BB gun, and the ways in which his family builds up to the speci…

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Monday, November 26, 2018

Review: An evening of Bharatanatyam, Sadler’s Wells by Madeline Lee

An evening deeply rooted in Indian culture that is sure to plunge you into a stylised and traditional form of dance complemented by contemporary ideas. The Darbar Festival has been going for…

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Friday, November 23, 2018

Review: The Unknown Soldier, The Royal Opera House by Madeline Lee

An unlikely mix of ballets that covers technical proficiency, intriguing narratives and stunning partner work. The whole show takes you through a versatile look at ballet over 70 years, with…

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Saturday, November 17, 2018

Review: Tom, Lilian Baylis Studio by Madeline Lee

A poignant piece and a fascinating way of creating art Wilkie Branson has created a short film that is both animation and real life, to tell the tale of Tom and his existential life. He has …

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Sunday, November 11, 2018

Review: Wesele/ Wedding, Applecart Arts by Madeline Lee

A fresh angle on the popular topic of Brexit and a charismatic performance from Margot Przmierska. This short play celebrates a Polish- British wedding; one of the last before the Brexit dea…

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