REVIEW: Quadruple Thre4t – 50 minutes of gloriously camp, cheek aching & seat wetting comedy cabaret

Mr. Henry Moss: Quadruple Thre4t - Photo: www.mrhenrymoss.com Venue: The Cage at The VAULT Festival - London Performance Date: 23 February 2020 Writer & Director: Henry Moss Reviewer: Leyla Demirel Star Rating: ★★★★ The hugely talented Australian import Mr. Henry Moss brings his critically acclaimed and hilarious one-man comedy cabaret...

REVIEW: The Claim – A fearless & creative production presenting the challenges facing those seeking refuge in the UK

The Claim at Shoreditch Town Hall Tonderai Munyevu & Nick Blakeley - Photo Credit: John Hunter Venue - Shoreditch Town Hall Performance Date: 20 February 2020 Reviewer: Leyla Demirel Star Rating: ★★★★ In a time when the topic of refugees and asylum seekers is highly prevalent, Tim Cowbury uses theatre...

REVIEW: Crooks: 1926 – putting the audience firmly in the driving seat, this is immersive theatre at its finest

Crooks: 1926 - Image: COLAB Theatre Venue: COLAB Tavern Theatre Performance Date: 16 February 2020 Writer & Director: Bertie Watkins Reviewer: Leyla Demirel Rating: ★★★★★ COLAB Theatre presents its newest immersive theatre show…a world of corruption, criminals, violence and broken deals: Crooks: 1926 presents the 1920s, but not the way...

REVIEW: Bennett’s words linger long after the final bow, leaving the audience with food for thought

The History Boys - Dominic Treacy, Arun Bassi, Joe Wiltshire Smith, James Schofield Photo by Tim Thursfield Venue: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre Writers: Alan Bennett Director: Jack Ryder Star Rating: ★★★★★ Reviewer: Sophie Mills The History Boys is perhaps Alan Bennett’s most renowned plays. This classroom comedy-drama launched the careers of many...

REVIEW: Peter Pan Goes Wrong – The worst production of Peter Pan you will ever see – and that is why it’s perfect

Peter Pan Goes Wrong - Image: Contributed Venue: Milton Keynes Theatre Performance Date: 04 February 2020 Writers: Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, Henry Shields (Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie) Director: Adam Meggido Reviewer: Sam Dunning Star Rating: ★★★★★ In 1904 the first-ever production of Peter Pan was staged. J. M. Barrie’s pantomime...

REVIEW: Gazes – It may need polishing but it’s an original piece with bags of potential

Gazes at Chapel Playhouse Theatre, Kings Cross - Image: Contributed Venue: Chapel Playhouse Theatre, Kings Cross Performance Date: 01 February 2020 Star Rating: ★★ Reviewer: Leyla Demirel Impossible Theatre, a new theatre company created by Candice Morel presents their first production, Gazes, running for one more show at the Chapel Playhouse in...

REVIEW: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe – A five-star, knock-out performance from all in this theatrical masterclass

The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe Bridge Theatre Photo: Brinkhoff Moegenburg Venue: Bridge Theatre, London Performance Date: 28 January 2020 Star Rating: ★★★★★ Reviewer: Alexia Anderson “The London Theatre Company by special arrangement with Elliott & Harper Productions and Catherine Schreiber, presents the much-celebrated Leeds Playhouse production of The Lion, the Witch &...

REVIEW: An Inspector Calls – Creative reproduction of a classic is sometimes a little confusing, but extremely entertaining

An Inspector Calls Tour - Image: Contributed Venue: Milton Keynes Theatre Performance Date: 21 January 2020 Writer: J. B. Priestley Director: Stephen Daldry Reviewer: Sam Dunning Star Rating: ★★★1/2 1945 saw the first iteration of already well respected and successful J B Priestley‘s new play, An Inspector Calls. It immediately became a...

REVIEW: Smoke Weed Eat Pussy Everyday – A stunningly poetic account of a “young underclass lesbian” in today’s society

Venue: Camden People’s Theatre Written and performed by: Chloë Florence Director: Kirk-Ann Roberts Performance Date: 20 January 2020 Star Rating: ★★★1/2 Reviewer: Alexia Anderson Set in the intimate venue of Camden People’s Theatre, this autobiographical fringe performance of a “young underclass lesbian” is sure to turn heads. With the title of Smoke...

REVIEW: COPS – delving into the complexities of masculinity with an incredible level of tenderness

COPS at Southwark Playhouse Jack Flammiger & Roger Alborough - Photo Credit: Robert Day Venue: The Little, Southwark Playhouse, London Performance Date: 17 January 2020 Star Rating: ★★★1/2 Reviewer: Leyla Demirel Southwark Playhouse is currently playing host to another UK premiere in the form of COPS by American writer Tony Tortora. The...