Love, Loss and Chianti

Riverside Studios – until 17 May 2020 Reviewed by Heather Chalkley 4**** Award winning Poet Christopher Reid wrote two exceptional pieces of work in 2009: A Scattering and The Song of Lunch. Although written and often performed separately, they naturally came together in this piece. When writing them, Reid never imagined they would come to […]

Friendsical Review

Lighthouse, Poole – until 29 February 2020 Reviewed by Alexandra Browning 4**** Following the successes of a critically acclaimed American sitcom Friendsical brings a new lease of life with a parodic twist. The musical follows the original characters in a cleverly reworked story, of which we have all grown to know and love, with a […]

Macbeth Review

Greenwich Theatre – until 7 March 2020 Reviewed by Claire Roderick 4**** Lazarus Theatre open their 2020 season with a fiercely modern Macbeth that is instantly recognisable as a Lazarus production. Director Ricky Dukes has made some very effective cuts and changes – no “comedy” porter, and the interminable messengers describing battles are absent making […]

Come From Away celebrates its first birthday in the West End, more tickets on sale

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO AS THE OLIVIER AND CRITICS’ CIRCLE AWARD-WINNING “BEST NEW MUSICAL” CELEBRATES ITS FIRST BIRTHDAY IN THE WEST END, MORE TICKETS GO ON SALE TAKING BOOKINGS THROUGH TO 17 OCTOBER 2020 This joyous musical tells the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded air passengers during the wake of 9/11, and the small town in […]