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    News Archive London Theatre News August 2017

    Why I Love Dance by Grace McCabe

    Posted on | By Grace McCabe |

    Tiny ballet shoes and tight hair buns are the strongest memories of my childhood. From a young age, I wanted to be a ... Read more

    Why I Love Theatre by Molly Richardson

    Posted on | By Molly Richardson |

    In truth, theatre is something that only really fell into my life about two years ago. I’d seen a few shows pri... Read more

    A MAD Drag Night - All T, No Shade! tickets

    Putting on the Glitz! London Theatre Direct's 18th Birthday Charity Gala at Cafe de Paris​

    Posted on | By James Astles |

    The stars came out to shine in full force for London Theatre Direct's lavish Birthday party at Cafe de Paris on T... Read more

    An Interview with Freema Agyeman

    Posted on | By James Astles |

    Doctor Who favourite Freema Agyeman is currently starring alongside Tony and Emmy Award winner Stockard Channing, Dow... Read more

    REVIEW: The Great Gatsby Immersive Experience

    Posted on | By Kay Johal |

    Gin & Juice at Jay's! On a balmy July evening in London, I had the pleasure of attending the residence of ... Read more

    I Loved Lucy tickets

    An Interview with Sandra Dickinson

    Posted on | By James Astles |

    The eternally effervescent Sandra Dickinson is currently charming both audiences and critics alike alongside Matthew ... Read more

    Cat On A Hot Tin Roof tickets

    West End Journey: Sienna Miller

    Posted on | By James Astles |

    Sienna Miller is currently tantalising audiences at the Apollo Theatre in Benedict Andrews' take on the Tennessee... Read more

    Queen Anne tickets

    REVIEW: Queen Anne (in exactly 250 words)

    Posted on | By Harriet Wilson |

    Queen Anne is a gripping, beautifully written piece of theatre – a standard, brilliant RSC historical drama. Wh... Read more

    REVIEW: The Great Gatsby

    Posted on | By Harrison Fuller |

    The Great Gatsby is an immersive experience that encourages audience members to dress for the 1920s, partake of ... Read more

    The Mentor tickets

    REVIEW: The Mentor (in exactly 250 words)

    Posted on | By Harriet Wilson |

    The Mentor is a show that stands wholly upon the excellence of its script – written by Daniel Kehlmann – ... Read more

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