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Review: German Skerries at the Orange Tree Theatre

Review: German Skerries at the Orange Tree Theatre

Amanda Hodges enjoys German Skerries, a gentle, offbeat Robert Holman revival at the Orange Tree Theatre until April 2... Read More ›

Interview: Alison Skilbeck, Mrs Roosevelt Flies to London

Interview: Alison Skilbeck, Mrs Roosevelt Flies to London

A one-woman play about the extraordinary life of Eleanor Roosevelt arrives at the Clapham Omnibus on April 7. Will Gadsby Peet talks to writer and performer, Alison Skilbeck... Read More ›

Review: Private Lives at Richmond Theatre

Review: Private Lives at Richmond Theatre

Private Lives, a revival of Noel Coward's bitter comedy, is at Richmond Theatre from Feb 15-20. Aliya Al-Hassan searches for depth beneath the beautiful design ... Read More ›

Review: Rehearsal for Murder at Richmond Theatre

Review: Rehearsal for Murder at Richmond Theatre

The first production from Bill Kenwright's new theatre company, Rehearsal for Murder is at Richmond Theatre until February 13. William Gadsby Peet reviews this witty, must-see whodunnit... Read More ›

Create for Carers: Richmond half-term drama project

Create for Carers: Richmond half-term drama project

Charity organisation Create collaborate with Richmond Carers Centre to give 20 young carers the opportunity to shine through the dramatic arts... Read More ›

Review: The White Devil at Mary Wallace Theatre

Review: The White Devil at Mary Wallace Theatre

Plots, counterplots and revenge abound as the Richmond Shakespeare Society stages Webster's grisly Jacobean tragedy The White Devil at the Mary Wallace theatre in Twickenham until February 6. William Gadsby Peet reviews... Read More ›

Review: Blood Brothers at Richmond Theatre

Review: Blood Brothers at Richmond Theatre

Jane McGowan reviews the classic British musical Blood Brothers, the tragic story of two brothers separated at birth, showing at Richmond Theatre until January 30... Read More ›

Review: Herons, at the Lyric Hammersmith in London

Review: Herons, at the Lyric Hammersmith in London

Richard Davies reviews Herons, a brutal revival of Simon Stephen's tale of marginalised children at the Lyric Hammersmith until February 13... Read More ›

Review: The Rolling Stone at the Orange Tree Theatre

Review: The Rolling Stone at the Orange Tree Theatre

Tara Ward gathers no moss at the Orange Tree Theatre with a review of The Rolling Stone. This striking portrayal of a gay couple in Uganda is showing until February 20... Read More ›

Interview: Sara Pascoe, Christmas comedy at Battersea

Interview: Sara Pascoe, Christmas comedy at Battersea

Stand-up comedian Sara Pascoe brings her quirky act to Battersea this month. Aliya Al-Hassan is relishing the seasonal smorgasbord of humour and song... Read More ›

Review: I Believe In Unicorns at Richmond’s Orange Tree Theatre

Review: I Believe In Unicorns at Richmond’s Orange Tree Theatre

Amanda Hodges enjoys a beautiful adaptation of I Believe In Unicorns, the children's book from beloved author Michael Morpurgo at the Orange Tree Theatre until January 9... Read More ›

Review: Peter Pan at New Wimbledon Theatre

Amanda Hodges thinks happy thoughts with Peter Pan, the fairytale panto at New Wimbledon Theatre until Jan 10 ... Read More ›

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