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Off West End

Ah, the Off West End. For those not familiar with the term, this is where the real magic of the London theatre scene happens. Great shows are born here, in pubs, in 50-seat theatres, in tunnels. Recommended for the adventurous – we can’t get enough of it, and you’ll save a quid or two as well!

Bridging the Void, Rich Mix – Review

Pros: The production features exciting, high energy movement set to visually arresting video footage. Cons: The large audience often blocks the three dancers from view and at times the live dancing and pre-recorded footage does not feel fully integrated. Bridging the Void is a dance, film and music production with choreography by Rachel Johnson. The production combines live dance with original music and footage of a sunrise over Primrose Hill, which is projected onto the back wall of the venue. ...

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The Fifth Column, Southwark Playhouse – Review

Pros: The solid supporting cast have impeccable comic timing and the set is superbly designed. Cons: A combination of clumsy plotting and under-development of central characters means the human story doesn’t illuminate the bigger picture as it should. A night at Southwark Playhouse is always a bit of a gamble. Whilst a comfy seat, clear view and great value bar snacks are always guaranteed, the productions themselves are anything but predictable. Which, of course, makes things all the more exciting. The ...

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Win tickets to Haram Iran at Above The Stag Theatre

This is your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Haram Iran at Above The Stag Theatre. To enter simply retweet the tweet below by 5pm on 3.4.16 #COMPETITION Win tickets to see Haram Iran @abovethestag Retweet by 5pm on 3.4.16#Theatre pic.twitter.com/IIEniSv3Ol — Everything Theatre (@EveryTheatre) March 30, 2016 Good luck!   In 2005, teenagers Mahmoud Asgari and Ayaz Marhoni were hanged in “Justice” Square in Mashhad, Iran. The news prompted outrage across the globe. Many believed the boys ...

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