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Latest Fringe & Off West End Features

  • The Muppets
    The Muppets
    The Muppets have taken The O2
    Friday, 13 July, 2018
    "It's time to play the music... It's time to light the lights... It's time to meet The Muppets on The Muppet Show tonight..." and that's exactly what thousands of Londoners have just done as Kermit... Read more
  • A Secret Cinema Summer
    Secret Cinema presents Romeo + Juliet
    A Secret Cinema Summer
    Monday, 9 July, 2018
    Founded in 2007 by Fabien Riggall, Secret Cinema has grown to become one of the leading brands of innovative entertainment whose appeal not only stretches to Londoners but also to both a national and... Read more
  • Spamilton
    Video: In rehearsals with cast and creator of Spamilton
    Friday, 6 July, 2018
    It may be nigh-on impossible to snatch a ticket for the worldwide musical phenomenon Hamilton right now, but if you’re a fan of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s masterpiece, you’ll be very interested in what... Read more
  • Iman Qureshi’s The Funeral Director wins 10th Papatango Prize
    Tuesday, 3 July, 2018
    Iman Qureshi’s play about a gay Muslim woman coming to terms with her identity has won the 10th annual Papatango New Writing Prize, and will receive a four-week run at the Southwark Playhouse in... Read more

Latest Theatre Reviews See all

As You Like It
Review - As You Like It at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Much like the mystical Forest of Arden, with twinkling fairy lights and copious amounts of plants, Regent Park’s Open Air Theatre is a delight to behold. Upon entering the auditorium, however, the... Read more
The Jungle
Review - The Jungle at the Playhouse Theatre
It is so easy to feel disconnected from the world when we experience it from such a distance, watching the news on screens and scrolling through tweets simply exacerbates the sense that the world has... Read more
Review - The Lieutenant of Inishmore at the Noel Coward Theatre
Terrorism is usually no laughing matter; but the audacity of playwright Martin McDonagh in this play, first produced by the RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon in 2001, is to make an outright, occasionally... Read more
The King and I
Review - The King and I at the London Palladium
Sure, it's old-fashioned and a bit creaky. But The King and I is also - to quote one of its utterly glorious catalogue of standards - something wonderful. Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote some of the... Read more
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