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Imperium I: Conspirator
The question, upon seeing that Imperium is a two-part story, is whether you need to see both part...
24 Jul, 2018 | By Shanine Salmon
Consent is ultimately a play about relationships. The relationships they have with their friends,...
14 Jun, 2018 | By Shanine Salmon
The rise and rise of the Rock Musical
As Bat Out of Hell returns to London, moving from the Coliseum to the Dominion Theatre, it finds ...
8 Jun, 2018 | By Shanine Salmon
Joe Penhall’s new production Mood Music, directed by Roger Michell, is a timely look at exploitat...
8 May, 2018 | By Shanine Salmon
There's Something About Tina
Tina the Musical has landed at the Aldwych Theatre and it was worth the wait. The production is d...
25 Apr, 2018 | By Shanine Salmon
Actors sharing roles is very common. They usually have an understudy or, in the case of Dreamgirl...
2 Feb, 2018 | By Shanine Salmon
The Great Gatsby: a production that suits all tastes
In 2013 I over immersed myself in ‘The Gatsby’. I read the book, I saw the Baz Lurhman film (in 3...
8 Dec, 2017 | By Shanine Salmon
Top Picks for Christmas and New Year Shows in London
Christmas at the theatre, it is more than pantomime and mince pies. If you are looking for someth...
29 Nov, 2017 | By Shanine Salmon
The King and I returns?
The King and I was last seen at the London Palladium in 2000, with Elaine Paige as Anna, the gove...
15 Nov, 2017 | By Shanine Salmon