Your Nation Loves You
By Nancy Groves · 29 Mar 2010 · West End
Having missed out on tickets to the Old Vic/Punchdrunk collaboration in the tunnels below Waterloo Station last year, I jumped at the chance to see a new show staged in the complex – now acquire
Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story
By Theatergoer Reporter · 26 Mar 2010 · West End
When Buddy last played in London it was bang in the middle of the West End (at the Duchess) with its name in lights, so it comes as some surprise to find it restaged above a pub in Highgate V
As Election Looms, Plays Focus on MP Expenses
By Theo Bosanquet · 26 Mar 2010 · West End
With the election due to take place on or before 3 June 2010, two new plays are tackling one of the biggest political scandals of modern times - the revelations regarding MPs expenses. First up is
Off-West End Announcements – 26 Mar 2010
By Nancy Groves Theatergoer Reporter · 26 Mar 2010 · Off-West End
From Mountaintop to Gutter at 503 Still nursing their sore heads after a historic win at last weekend’s Oliviers, the Theatre 503 team is now preparing for the forthcoming Porn, The Musi
W for Banker
By Theatergoer Reporter · 26 Mar 2010 · West End
W For Banker should be one episode in a half-hour BBC sitcom. Living up to its tag line as a ‘gentle jab’ at society’s obsession with status and money, it focuses entirely on
The Duchess of Malfi
By Editorial Staff · 26 Mar 2010 · Off-West End
John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi is one of the English language’s best known tragedies and with the horrifying plot brought vividly to life in melodic poetry how can it not be. A lov
Five Reasons to See ... Rogue Writers
By Editorial Staff · 26 Mar 2010 · Off-West End
Rogue Writers is a monthly new writing night presented at the Canal Cafe Theatre by young theatre company Rogues Gallery. Here, director Cameron Harris gives us five good reasons to go along (the ...
By Theatergoer Reporter · 25 Mar 2010 · Off-West End
“I want everybody to love me. I’m like all humans.” In this rather baffling recent quote in defence of an alleged affair, Carla Bruni justifies her bad behaviour by claiming that her
Great Game Returns to Tricycle in the Summer
By Theo Bosanquet · 24 Mar 2010 · West End
The Great Game: Afghanistan, the Tricycle Theatre's acclaimed cycle of work dedicated to Afghan history and culture, is returning to the Kilburn venue this summer, running from 31 July until 29 ...
The Tulip Wars
By Theatergoer Reporter · 24 Mar 2010 · Off-West End
During the 1630s, Holland was swept by a craze for tulips which inflated the price of their bulbs astronomically and eventually resulted in an economic crash. The Tulip Wars , a new play by ...

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