The Full Monty
By Theatergoer Reporter · 9 Nov 2009 · Off-West End
  The press night performance of The Full Monty at the Broadway Theatre in Catford was unpolished and felt like a dress rehearsal. The musical version of the 1997 film ha
Off-West End Announcements – 6 November 2009
By Nancy Groves Theatergoer Reporter · 6 Nov 2009 · Off-West End
Nobody Missing Miss Julie As Stephen Unwin’s production of Miss Julie draws to a close at Kingston’s Rose this month, another version opens at the Hen and Chickens in Islingto
Oh, My Green Soapbox
By Theatergoer Reporter · 6 Nov 2009 · Off-West End
Oh, My Green Soapbox is a one-woman comedy, written and performed by Lucy Foster, which seeks to explore "how the desire to love the planet and love another human being can sometimes become ...
MokitaGrit On … Fringe Benefits?
By Editorial Staff · 6 Nov 2009 · Off-West End
MokitaGrit Productions was formed in February 2009, through the merger of two established production houses – Jane Lesley and Emily Agnew’s ‘Mokita’ and Joe Fredericks and Jon
By Michael Coveney · 5 Nov 2009 · West End
It’s not just the gypsy in my soul, but there’s something about Natasha Langridge’s new play at the Soho that stirs sympathy for the Romany roadsters who live on the outskirts and un
This Much is True
By Theo Bosanquet · 5 Nov 2009 · West End
The 2005 shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes is one of this year's hottest topics on the Fringe, with two plays earlier in the year (Oh Well Never Mind Bye at the Union and Stockwell at ...
Five Reasons to See … Somewhat Over the Rainbow
By Editorial Staff · 5 Nov 2009 · Off-West End
Somewhat Over The Rainbow, which plays on Sundays at Victoria's Above the Stag venue (8, 22 November, 6, 20 December 2009), charts the journey of singer Frank Loman from a theatre obsessed
Shaw Reprises Waste Land for Wilton's 150th
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Nov 2009 · West End
Fiona Shaw is to reprise her acclaimed performance of TS Eliot's The Waste Land at Wilton's Music Hall, from 30 December 2009 to 10 January 2010, as part of the East End venue's 150th ...
Seize the Day
By Michael Coveney · 3 Nov 2009 · West End
After Roy Williams, Kwame Kwei-Armah is second up in the Tricycle’s black playwrights’ season, “Not Black and White,” and has directed his own lively look at a television celebrity’s bumpy ...
Origin of the Species
By Theo Bosanquet · 3 Nov 2009 · Off-West End
The premise of Bryony Lavery's Origin of the Species, revived to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darwin's seminal work, is bizarre in the utmost. An ageing Yorkshire acad

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