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Hansel and Gretel and the Witch Baba Yaga, St Paul’s Church – Review

Credit: Nick Rutter

Pros: This is entertaining, creative, eye-catching and full of good moral values. Cons: The merging of two-well known stories adds a great deal of complication. As something of an Iris Theatre super-fan, I couldn’t wait to review their latest offering, a kid-friendly production of Hansel and Gretel and the Witch Baba Yaga, in the charming St. Paul’s Church in Covent Garden. The format matches their previous outstanding productions, as the audience is led through a wonderland of stages and scenes both ...

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Much Ado About Nothing, St Paul’s Church – Review

Credit: Hannah Barton

Pros: A charming and talented cast performing one of Shakespeare’s best comedies. Cons: Appalling weather taking the shine off an otherwise brilliant production. So have we got everything? Excellent cast: check; delightful venue: check; sparkling comedy: check and the weather….? Oh what wretched luck for Iris Theatre, one of the finest purveyors of outdoor plays. When I was last at St Paul’s Church I saw them stage a spellbinding version of Richard III, which bathed in hot sunshine. This time ...

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