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Category: Theatre Review

THE CHICAGO BLUES BROTHERS COME TO THE WEST END: LONDON’S SAVOY THEATRE – FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!

On August 4th audiences are invited to dance the night away ‘The Chicago Blues Brothers’ – Europe’s biggest and best-loved production of the Blues Brothers which comes to the West End London’s Savoy Theatre This award-winning spectacular is a high-octane, adrenaline-pumping musical mash-up presents the best material from the original Blues Brothers movies; jam-packed full of songs by legends such…

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REVIEW: RHINO, KING’S HEAD THEATRE

“an honest insight into female friendships” Rhinos are solitary animals. Jess is a solitary human. She has just come off an average tinder date… with the drinking, and the chatting, and the kissing…. but she’s not the one for him. In hindsight. Does it qualify as hindsight when it’s only been ten minutes? As we…

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Review: William Andrews ‘Willy’, Soho Theatre

“Unique, compelling, weird and varied” Comedian William Andrews returns to the upstairs space at the Soho Theatre after a nine-year absence from the building. His new show stand-up show, Willy, explores everything from Andrews’ childhood to approaching his forties, his real and fake wives and even how to kill fish “accidentally”. He’s already on the…

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Review: Shitfaced Showtime: Oliver With a Twist, Leicester Square Theatre

“A great night out” The premise is simple. You don’t come for the plot, nor the production values – you come to watch one member of the cast mess it up for everybody else on stage by being inebriated. After previous productions such as ‘Shitfaced Shakespeare’ were a roaring success, the Shitfaced team turn their…

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