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Cabaret, Laban Theatre – Review

Pros: Lots of new talent showcasing their abilities. Cons: Doesn’t quite rise above student production standards. “Do you really love it?” asked a friend when I said I was going to see a student production of Cabaret, the famous Kander and Ebb musical that has been frequently revived since it first appeared on Broadway in 1966. The answer was that I’d seen the 1972 Bob Fosse movie a few times and liked several of the songs, plus I was drawn to ...

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Editor’s Choice: 20-26 April

1. Privacy at Donmar Warehouse – ★★★★. Until 31st May. Privacy is director Josie Rourke’s latest offering to be played at the Donmar. This is a dystopian production which focuses on some of the biggest modern day fears. General technophobia, the NSA spying on us, Google using our data to sell us more things… there are plenty of things to be concerned about in the modern day, and Privacy is there to get you thingking about them. As our reviewer put ...

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