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     Tickets are now on sale for the strictly limited 4 show run of Brodsky/Baryshnikov in London's Apollo Theatre, West End. Running from 3-6 May 2017, this one man show features famed ballet dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov bringing to life the words of Nobel Prize winner and US Poet Laureate Joseph Brodsky. Brodsky and Baryshnikov each left the Soviet Union in the 1970s-- Brodsky to the United States and Baryshnikov to Canada. Baryshnikov met Brodsky in 1974, shortly after he was forced by Russian authorities to leave his home. The two remained close until Brodsky's death in 1996. 

By Sarah Gengenbach
Wednesday 07 December 2016

As an avid theatregoer, I’ve been fortunate enough to beat last year's "show count" by a mile so I thought I’d give you a few theatre highlights of 2016. 

By Molly Richardson
Wednesday 07 December 2016

The political landscape of the 1970s is not too far removed from recent years. A hung parliament, leaders struggling to cling on to power, talks of devolution and a split with Europe – sound familiar?  

By Harrison Fuller
Tuesday 06 December 2016

The Comedy about a Bank Robbery is the creation of Mischief Theatre who created Peter Pan Goes Wrong and The Play that Goes Wrong. The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, although somewhat unsubtle and a touch too predictable, is altogether enjoyable, easy entertainment.

By Harriet Wilson
Monday 05 December 2016

Tis’ the season to see lots of theatre. Give the gift of a good show tickets (whether that be to loved ones or to yourself) and take a break from the Christmas party season. These are my recommendations for some Christmas shows to get you in the mood, even if you are a bit of a Grinch!

By Shanine Salmon
Monday 05 December 2016

     Scott Elliott’s revival of Sam Shepard’s 1978 masterpiece Buried Child at theTrafalgar Studios, presents a broken, dysfunctional American family stuck in a world of secrecy and denial. The outlook is bleak – a dark family secret hangs in the air like the ever-present rain. 

By Harrison Fuller
Thursday 01 December 2016

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