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Chuchotage Review: A mesmerising marriage of comedy and tragedy

In the build up to the 2019 Academy Awards, we look at one of the shortlisted films in a hotly-contested Best Live Action Short Film category. In Hungarian director Barnabas Tóth’s...

The West End transfer of Coming Clean

Following a revival in 2017 at the King’s Head Theatre, Kevin Elyot’s Coming Clean transfers to the Trafalgar Studios 29 years after its premier. Daniel Perks reviews the late play...

Review: Over The Top at The Belgrade Coventry

Simultaneously amusing and contemplative, this alternative pantomime is sure to be a local hit, says Katie Graham.

Review: Debut EP ‘Roll With Me’ by Manchester’s Josh Goddard

Mancunian Josh Goddard released his debut EP “Roll With Me” in November and despite being his debut, Josh has already managed to established a distinct style which is exciting to h...

Review: The Wizard of Oz at the Birmingham REP

Brought to life by Liam Steel and a team of talented creatives, The Birmingham REP's bold reworking of the Wizard of Oz is a magical triumph.

Review: The Secret Marriage at Jacksons Lane

With a score like Mozart, and a libretto as entertaining as any Gilbert & Sullivan, HGO’s latest production of The Secret Marriage is packed full of the whimsy and delight to b...

Review – Drowned or Saved? Tristan Bates Theatre

Charlotte Wallis reviews Geoffrey Williams' new play about the works of Primo Levi at the Tristan Bates Theatre for Miro Magazine

Review: Stan’s Cafe’s ‘The Capital’

One of Stan's Cafe's company mantras is that you should never tell someone what to think in a piece of theatre. However, this production should come with a warning. This ...

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