Five plays to see this February, London theatre

Even the pandemic didn’t stop me from seeing plays. I became a streaming theatre queen but nothing can ever replace the buzz of being in a live space and slurping down a cheeky G&T in…

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Theatre review: Linck and Mulhahn, Hampstead Theatre

Good art should either provoke or add to a continuing conversation. That’s what this new play, Linck and Mulhahn by Ruby Thomas does in ways not seen on the London stage before. It’s a complex…

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Eureka Day, Old Vic – Theatre Review

Helen Hunt leads a top notch cast in this perceptive satire of liberalism and political correctness through the predominately white middle class gaze. Eureka Day is set in a fictional school in Berkeley where a…

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Film Review: Mr Malcolm’s List

MR MALCOLM’S LIST has all the essential elements of any good Regency drama with a good dollop of scheming, revenge, great direction and cinematography.  There is a joy to be found in its predictability, it…

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Film Review: Eiffel

A quick google search suggests anything between 600 and 10,000 marriage proposals take place on or in front of la grande dame, the Eiffel Tower.  It is clearly a beacon to and of love –…

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