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Hotel Black Cat, London Wonderground – Review

Pros: The variation in this cabaret offering means even that if one act isn’t quite your thing, the next will be along in just a few minutes. Cons: Slightly let down by what appeared a total lack of organisation beforehand, with the advertised start time, already late, missed by almost 30 minutes, and the audience left queuing with no clue what was happening. Hotel Black Cat, part of London Wonderground’s season, is a full-throttle mixture of cabaret, circus, music and adult pantomime, ...

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Win family tickets to The Wizard of Oz

This is your chance to win one of two family tickets to see Immersion Theatre‘s open air adaptation of The Wizard of Oz on UK tour.  To enter simply retweet the tweet below, by 5pm on 26th June 2016 and tell us what you’d ask the Wizard. #COMPETITION: Chance to win family tickets to The Wizard of Oz on UK tour. Retweet by 5pm on 26.6.16 AND tell us what you'd ask the Wizard. — Everything Theatre (@EveryTheatre) June 20, ...

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YOUARENOWHERE, Shoreditch Town Hall – Review

Pros: Unique in every way, with stage trickery that is bound to stay with you for the rest of your theatre-going life. Cons: Theatre at its best but something this unconventional will not be for everybody. : Walking along Shoreditch High Street, no one seemed to be able to tell me where Shoreditch Town Hall was. It took me four attempts to find a passer-by who could finally point me in the direction of what was once the grandest vestry hall ...

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