A Flea in her Ear by Georges Feydeau Shown as part of the Camden Festival de l’Humour at the Theatro Technis until 24th of November 2018 Directed by Gavin McAlinden A Flea in Her Ear is a splendid example of the … Continue reading A Flea in her Ear by Georges Feydeau
……. to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City ★★★★★ A European premiere from acclaimed American playwright Halley Feiffer. “I can make cancer jokes. Because I have cancer” – Marcie This play might … Continue reading A Funny Thing Happened on the Way …
A Winning Hazard by J.P. Wooler ★★★★✩ Continuing the celebrations for the Finborough Theatre building’s 150th birthday, this production of three comediettas by Londoner J.P. Wooler, is also a celebration of this prolific and successful, yet now almost forgotten, Victorian … Continue reading A Winning Hazard by J.P. Wooler
Carmen La Cubana ★★★★★ I was not sure what to expect when I first heard about Carmen La Cubana. What was it? An opera? A musical? Musical theatre? A Latin dance extravaganza? As it turns out, it is all four … Continue reading Carmen La Cubana
You must remember a time in your life when you thought “I could just live on chips and dips!” (Just to be clear here, we are talking of the kind of chips that are called crisps in the UK, and … Continue reading HipChips Summer Dips
★★★★★ We told you a little while ago about SOAP (click here) coming to the Underbelly Festival on London’s Southbank and we have now been to see it ourselves and all I can say is “wow” – what a fantastic show! … Continue reading Go and see SOAP!!!
Glengarry Glen Ross @ The Playhouse Theatre ★★★★✩ I have never seen another production of the Pulitzer Prize winning play by David Mamet, nor did I watch the 1992 movie before going to see the performance directed by Sam Yates … Continue reading Glengarry Glen Ross @ The Playhouse Theatre