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The Children’s Hour at the Bob Hope Theatre Review

The Children’s hour is an American play from 1934 by Lillian Hellman. The vastly acclaimed play was made into a movie released just prior to Christmas of 1961 under the name ‘The Loudest Whisper’ in More »

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Twelfth Night Review

Viola and Sebastian, twins, are separated in a ship wreck. Viola dresses as a boy to enter the service of Count Orsino. Orsino likes the lady Olivia, and sends Cesario as a messenger. But Olivia More »

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Four Roses Master Class

Young and Geronimo’s Pubs have done it again with their whisky personality events throughout London this winter. While I haven’t been able to attend each of the whisky personality events, I did get down to Young’s More »

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Killing Time Review

From the first haunting notes of the original Cello composition by Brigit Forsyth, Park Theatre’s latest play Killing Time draws the audience into Hester’s world. She has shut herself away from the rest of the More »

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Twelfth Night at the National Theatre

The National Theatre is back in full swing in 2017 and one of the new productions is Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. Previews start on 15 February and the play will continue until the 13th of May More »

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