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I like to believe that inside every stage hungry, larger than life, show pony, superstar is the nervous child who once sang in front of their bathroom mirror, hairbrush in hand and dreams still out of reach.
Wednesday, 16 November 2016 | Read more
Divorce, a failed suicide attempt, three poker games, relentless vacuuming, clearing of sinuses and pseudo marital spats, spectacularly turn pain into funny, in Neil Simon’s comedy classic, The Odd Couple.
Monday, 14 November 2016 | Read more
As one of Mamet’s classic plays, Speed-the-Plow was always likely to be a hot ticket for STC, and star-casting certainly sealed the deal. But it is nice to be able to report that the hype is not undeserved.
Sunday, 13 November 2016 | Read more
Who would have thunk it? An opera singer opening a show at the Kings Cross Hotel? It is one of the marvellous conceits and inventions of The Angelica Complex, a thrilling theatrical voyage into pregnancy, post-partum, and parenting.
Friday, 11 November 2016 | Read more
Good With Maps pulls you into the world of explorers who navigated jungles and circumnavigated the globe, chasing dreams of wealth and fame as well as adventure and escape.
Thursday, 10 November 2016 | Read more
A Life In The Theatre could well be the title of actor John Gaden's autobiography.
Wednesday, 09 November 2016 | Read more
The Tallis Scholars vocal ensemble seems to have a direct line to heaven inspiring reverence for the power of the human vocal chords to echo spiritual realms.
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 | Read more
Centring on the relationship between the mother and son of a wealthy family in post war Britain, Coward’s play is simultaneously an account of shifting social norms and a rather well disguised moral tract.
Monday, 07 November 2016 | Read more
A genuine concern that arises over the course of the production is that Frayne simply hasn’t figured out how to translate his considerable skill and imagination to an arena environment.
Monday, 07 November 2016 | Read more
The score is complex, profound, and at the same time has a mercurial quality that very few opera composers besides Mozart and Britten have ever achieved.
Sunday, 06 November 2016 | Read more

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