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BLOG : A True Theatrical Thriller - 1984 At The Playhouse Theatre

By Shaun Nolan
1984 Friday 29 July 2016

1984 Playhouse Theatre ★★★★ As a massive fan of gripping thriller stories, I was already a fan of the story of 1984 before I entered the theatre. Twisted dystopian fiction is a genre that has always fascinated me and considering that I’d missed catching 1984 both times beforehand, I was surprised to see that this production still felt modern and fresh as though it was the show’s first time around. It was creepy, edge-of-your-seat tense and unnerving all at the same time and it’s nothing quite like anything else I have ever seen in the West End.

The Critically Acclaimed And Celebrated UK Production of American Idiot To Hold Another Special 'Rock-A-Long' Performance

By Jacob Porteous
American Idiot Friday 29 July 2016

The critically acclaimed production of Green Day’s hit musical, American Idiot, will be performing a special ‘Rock-A-Long’ performance for one night only on Thursday 8 September 2016. Following the huge success of last year’s event, audience members are encouraged to ‘ROCK OUT’ with the cast, following the musical’s return to its London home at the Arts Theatre in July.

BLOG : Impossible At The Noel Coward Theatre: "A light-hearted but impressive spectacle"

By Sophie Perry
IMPOSSIBLE Wednesday 27 July 2016

When turning up to see Impossible last week, I didn’t quite know what to expect. But my friend and I were immediately swept up in the fun and exciting atmosphere of the occasion. 

Freddie Fox Joins Romeo And Juliet Garrick Theatre Cast To Share Role With Injured Richard Madden

By Jacob Porteous
Romeo and Juliet Monday 25 July 2016

Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company today announced that Freddie Fox will be joining the company of Romeo and Juliet, sharing the role of Romeo with Richard Madden. This is to allow Richard Madden sufficient time for his injured ankle to continue to heal and because his doctors have prescribed rest between performances. 

BLOG : Impossible At The Noel Coward Theatre: Light Entertainment With A Supremely Talented Cast

By Harrison Fuller
IMPOSSIBLE Monday 25 July 2016

Card ticks, mind reading, fire, danger and the winner of Britain’s Got Talent are just some of the acts on offer at the Noel Coward in magic show Impossible.

BLOG : Review: After 2015’s Summer Run, Impossible Makes A Return To The West End

By Shanine Salmon
IMPOSSIBLE Friday 22 July 2016

Daring with enough cheese thrown in to make it a fun night Impossible returns to the West End with a variety of new magicians and daredevils. It is a variety of magic show rather than a magic or variety show but it takes a long while to build.

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