Review: Superhoe – A Play by Nicole Lecky – Royal Court Theatre – 30th January – 16th February 2019

I was so excited to see this show at the Royal Court Theatre, when I first heard about this show

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Review: The Snowman at Peacock Theatre 22nd November 2018 – 6th January 2019

  I was kindly invited by the team at Sadlers Wells to attend a performance of The Snowman with my

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Review: Darbar Festival 2018 – Adventures in Odissi and Kathak at Sadlers Wells Theatre

  First things, first… I have never seen any style of Indian dance live, my only experience is from big

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Review: Ear for Eye at Royal Court Theatre – 25th October – 24th November 2018

WARNING: This is a VERY powerful play! I didn’t realise this at all, even from the synopsis, as hard-hitting as

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Review: Victoria’s Knickers by National Youth Theatre at Soho Theatre – 27th October – 10th November 2018

    This is another production by the fantastic company, National Youth Theatre Rep running alongside Consensual as a part

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Review: Consensual by National Youth Theatre at Soho Theatre – 22nd October – 9th November 2018

If you ever get an opportunity to attend a production by the National Youth Theatre, I suggest you go, as

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Horror Horror – Scratch Night by Bashir Productions at Ecetera Theatre – Review

I received an invitation to review this scratch night by Bashir Productions called, Horror Horror in celebration of Halloween. Those

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Dein Perry’s Tap Dogs at The Peacock Theatre – Review – 23rd October – 10th November 2018

When I first heard that this show was returning to London’s West End, I was smiled in reminiscence of my

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Young Associates: Mixed Bill – Review at Lilian Baylis Studio – Tuesday 9th October 2018

  Well, the title of the show says, “mixed bill” and my goodness did it live up to it’s name.

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Camden Fringe Review: The Passion According to Bibi by Petar Miloshevski at The Cockpit Theatre

When I heard about this solo show by the award-winning Petar Miloshevski, I was in awe of the concept. I’d

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