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Culture, London, Theatre, Theatre

Fury at Soho Theatre

COR BLIMEY GUV’NOR it’s been aaaaaages since I wrote about any theatre I’ve been to see! Basically there was a bit of an ugly vibe going round about theatre bloggers a while ago and I didn’t really want to get involved with any online slanging because nahhhhh that’s long. BUT last week I went down to one of my faaaave theatres in London, the wonderful Soho to catch the latest offering from rising play scribbling star, Phoebe Eclair-Powell who is currently  ...

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Friday Feeling, Lists

Friday Feeling!

I DIDN’T GET A POST OUT THIS WEEK WHOOOOPPPPSSSSSSSSS. Soz and that, been megz busy. Here’s whats been good this week! Bang Bang by KNOXA ft. Georgia Ku Today the world is SUPER EXCITING because my brother’s first single with his dance act KNOXA is OUT! They’re signed to Ultra Music and this first release is a STORMER. And I don’t even LIKE dance music much usually. I’m usually more about like, showtunes and Liza Minelli Live but this is an aaaaabsolute  ...

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Culture, East, London, Theatre, Theatre

‘The House of Mirrors and Hearts’ at The Arcola

It’s WELL cool to see people’s creative endeavours flourish and succeed. This new home-grown, British chamber musical first appeared on my radar back at the Edinburgh Festival in 2008. Since those humble beginnings, it’s been drafted, re-worked, workshopped and now appears in a lovely big two-act version at the Arcola Theatre. And there’s TONNES to celebrate here. The story is as jagged as the broken mirror shards that provide such a crucial plot point so early on.  ...

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Culture, London, Theatre, Theatre, West-End

Great Britain at Theatre Royal Haymarket/Sunny Afternoon at the Harold Pinter

Last week I found myself suddenly with a heaving diary full of shows to see. OH WHAT A HORRIBLE POSITION TO BE IN! So, I managed to schedule in a couple of bumper theatre days, tackling two shows in one fell swoop. As an Edfringe veteran this concept didn’t worry me in the least- once in Edinburgh I think I saw eight shows in one day. So, number 1 theatre day saw me firstly jaunt over to the lovely Theatre Royal Haymarket to catch the West End transfer of Great Britain from the  ...

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