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Touring

Some of the shows we see in the capital go on to perform in theatres all over the country. So if you’re one of the lucky ones you may well get a chance to see them – check out these reviews for more information.

Win tickets to The Joke by Will Adamsdale

Credit: Joe Connor

This is your chance to win a pair of tickets to see The Joke, a new play from comedy award winner Will Adamsdale – and company – as it tours the UK. To enter simply retweet the tweet below AND tell us a joke, by 5pm on 17.4.16. #COMPETITION Win tickets to see The Joke by Will Adamsdale, on UK tour.Retweet by 5pm on 17.4.16 AND tell us a joke. @TheatreRoyal — Everything Theatre (@EveryTheatre) April 11, 2016 Good luck! ...

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Transports, Pleasance Theatre – Review

Credit: Pipeline Theatre

Pros: The story is so captivating that the lengthy running time passed without me noticing. Cons: I couldn’t see the projections on the backdrop properly from my seat to the side of the stage. Dinah likes to describe herself as a ‘monster’ teenager. Abandoned at birth by her 15 year old mother, she goes from home to home until the day she is assigned to Lotte, an elderly and rather odd lady, who seems particularly keen on fostering her. Both women ...

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The Odyssey, Wilton’s Music Hall – Review

Credit: Wilton's Music Hall

Pros: The show’s imagination, creativity and atmosphere are outstanding examples of how to bring a classic to life. Cons: Some may find the flashing lights, loud metal music and smoke a bit much. Wilton’s Music Hall is a charming piece of history. It is the oldest surviving music hall in the world and its exposed and crumbling bricks, distressed walls and creaky floorboards make it the perfect venue for a classic piece of art to come to life in modern form. ...

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