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Review of Peter Pan Peter Pan (Open Air)
Directors Timothy Sheader and Liam Steel have put together the most creatively imaginative production I have seen in a very long time...( more
Review of McQueen at the St James McQueen (Fringe)
I suspect McQueen might only appeal to those who still mourn him (; this pretentious, unshapely piece feels like something of a fashion faux pas (Telegraph) more
Review of High Society High Society
This intimate production is also cast in strength throughout, with a sizzling chorus and really fine leading actors (; has a patronising attitude (Guardian) more
Review of Death of a Salesman Death of a Salesman
Attention has certainly been paid to this impressive revival...a near-definitive revival ( Sher gives the performance of his career (Telegraph). more
Review of Communicating Doors Communicating Doors (Menier)
This is a seriously brilliant and brilliantly funny play...Lindsay Posner's production takes time to warm up (; Posnerís production isnít perfect (Telegraph). more
Review of Billy Elliot - The Musical Billy Elliot (10th Anniversary)
An incredible demonstration of theatrical craft and know-how ... As close to theatrical heaven as you're ever likely to get ... It's a simply gorgeous show ... ( more

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