All posts tagged Performance

Edward Watson as Crown Prince Rudolf in The Royal Ballet's Mayerling.© Johan Persson

Mayerling Reviewed: Darkly Psychological and Intricately Emotional

My visits to the Royal Opera House are usually marked by two distinct feelings: the first, upon entering the venue and during the champagne-guzzling intervals is a creeping dread that […]

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Camden’s People Theatre: Hotbed Review Part 1

Camden People’s Theatre is currently hosting the Hotbed festival, featuring shows all about sex. The performances vary; from one woman shows to musicals with eleven cast members. The one thing […]

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REVIEW: Half A Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre

This review comes after having seen Cameron Mackintosh’s reworked revival of the classic musical: ‘Half a Sixpence’ for the second time, five months after having seen it the first time […]

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The xx Take Over Brixton

For the last week, the sign outside the O2 Academy Brixton has read ‘The xx: 7 Nights Sold Out’. After originally announcing only three shows at the venue in November […]

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Defying Disinformation, Inspiring Change…

The state of the world right now is a far cry from what it was a year ago, or two or three years ago more so. Never could Brexit have […]

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Coffee House Sessions Interview #1 – Mark Sullivan

Coffee House Sessions is a program aiming to showcase new artists and give them exposure throughout universities across the country. With a new performer each week, they tour students unions, […]

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Broadway, different from the West End?

Theatre made in America. Theatre created in Britain. What is the real difference? Would you rather have New York’s Broadway or London’s West End? American and British Theatre both have […]

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Shakespeare and the Bourgeoisie? ‘Romeo and Juliet’ at the Garrick Theatre

When I booked my tickets to see Rob Stark and Cinderella perform in the GCSE classic, by one of the most overly hyped theatre companies in all of London, it’s […]