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Harold and Broad, The Pheasantry – Review

Credit: Everything Theatre

Pros: Both Harold and Anita are incredibly talented, with voices that can transport you and evoke strong emotions. Cons: There were a few slip ups by the pair, but as Harold said, “Hey, it’s cabaret!” You won’t find a grander entrance to a Pizza Express in London than the entrance to the King’s Road branch. With ornate pillars and statues adorning the front you’d be forgiven for thinking you were entering a gallery, not a pizza restaurant! However this branch ...

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Rosie Wilby: The Conscious Uncoupling, Sweet Dukebox (Brighton Festival) – Review

Credit: Everything Theatre

  Pros: Rosie’s monologues reflecting on how she met her ex are beautifully heartfelt. Cons: It is not a completely polished show, but this is part of its charm. Sweet Dukebox, located in the Iron Duke pub, was the first stop on my day of theatre at the Brighton Fringe Festival. A walk along the beach to the venue made a nice change from dashing around London, and the venue was a lovely traditional pub with friendly staff and a small ...

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