London Theatre Reviews Archive

Browse the London Theatre Review archive for a look back into Fringe theatre, West End shows, plays and musicals that have now closed, ranging from 1996 to the present.

  • Twelfth Night review from 2002
    Written: William ShakespeareDirector: Tim CarrollProducer: Globe TheatreCast: Liam Brennan (Duke Orsino), Paul Chahidi (Maria) , Peter Hamilton Dyer (Feste), Colin Hurley (Antonio), Simon Hyde (...
  • Twelfth Night review from 2005
    Genre: ComedyOpened 6 June 2005Written: By William ShakespeareDirected: Timothy SheaderCast: Desmond Barrit (Sir Toby Belch)Synopsis: Viola and her twin brother Sebastian are shipwrecked during a...
  • Twelfth Night review from Dec 2008
    Apollo Theatre
    Genre: ComedyOpened 10 Dec 2008Written: by William ShakespeareDirected: Michael GrandageCast: Derek Jacobi (Malvolio), Mark Bonnar (Orsino), Norman Bowman (Curio), Ron Cook (Sir Toby Belch), Victoria...
  • Twelfth Night review from June 2008
    Apollo Theatre
    A double opening at the Open Air Theatre this week, starting with the tragedy of the star-crossed lovers in 'Romeo and Juliet', and switching gear with the comedic delight of 'Twelfth Night' at the...
  • Twelfth Night review from November 2005
    Transvestism, binge-drinking, street-fighting, a practical joke taken to extremes, mistaken identity – it could be any night on one or more of the UK’s TV channels, you might think. Not so. It’s all...
  • Twelve Angry Men 2013
    Garrick Theatre
    There's a famous off-Broadway play called A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking, and Twelve Angry Men could be re-titled A Dozen White Dudes Sitting Around Talking. We are inside the locked...
  • Twelve Angry Men from 1996
    Harold Pinter directs this wonderful piece of theatre.Its transition from film to stage has been very well done as it captures all the tension and passion. This is all down to the superb acting of...
  • Two Gentlemen of Verona Review Open Air Theatre 2003
    The Two Gentlemen of Verona is not well-known in the Shakespearean canon although its inclusion in the Oscar-winning film Shakespeare in Love may well have brought it increased recognition. An early...
  • Two Gentlemen of Verona Review Shakespeare's Globe 1996
    It had been raining all day, but when I arrived at the theatre it stopped. This was a pity because I really wanted it to pour down so I could experience how the show progressed during a downpour and...
  • Two Into One
    Menier Chocolate Factory
    Let me say straight away that comedy is extremely personal and so it is impossible to review with true objectivity. You either laugh or you don't. Happily, I laughed more or less constantly through...

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