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I have had a change of reviewing habits this year. There has been far more regional theatre visited and less West End. There is a good reason for this as the choice of productions has been superb. Many of the shows I saw on tour ended up in the West End too, for example, No Man’s Land, The Dresser and Half a Sixpence. As usual, these are just MY reviews, I have many more written by guest reviewers on www.theatresoutheast.com. so if you are looking for anything in particular, try there! Continue reading
Here is my review for The Tempest, at the Waterloo East Theatre until Oct 28th.
A modern and interesting interpretation of a classic tale.
Jacques Brel is alive and well and living in Paris.
Charing Cross Theatre
Running until November 22nd.
A solid and well researched presentation that challenges the way you conceive others.
When a production is described as ‘alternative’ you are never quite sure what you are going to experience. Confirmation at the Battersea Arts Centre is written and performed by Chris Thorpe and co-devised and directed by Rachel Chavkin. It was, indeed, an experience.
I had been excited about seeing this production for a while, mainly because I had never seen it on stage. I had seen the film and I know the music so well that I have been singing it (badly) non-stop since the Landor Theatre announced that Damn Yankees was coming to town.