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Told by an Idiot – The Strange Tale of Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel When: 14 – 18 Jan 2020     Where: Wilton`s Music Hall     Info: In 1910 the unknown Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel set sail for New York as part of Fred Karno’s famous music hall troupe. On this journey, Charlie and Stan shared a cabin and then spent two years together touring North America, with […]

Les Blancs @ National Theatre – Reviews Powerfully staged, this thoughtful production of ‘Les Blancs’ at the National Theatre explores a painful and contested subject. The sharply written dialogue between characters brings to life ongoing debates on the impact and historicisation of colonialism. A strong cast and exceptional lead performance by Danny Sapani as Tshembe. by Pippa Koszerek   ‘Les Blancs’ performed […]

Around The World in 80 Days @ St James Theatre – Review

‘Around The World in 80 Days’ is a brilliantly performed family friendly play that gives a new and playful view to Philaeus Fogg’s journey across the globe. Accompanied by his devoted companion Passepartout, Inspector Fix, Mrs Aouda and many other amazing and memorable characters, it’s an adventurous piece that I can highly recommend everyone to […]

Evening at the Talk House @ National Theatre

Wallace Shawn, perhaps most famous for his performances in the Princess Bride and Toy Story, is also an incredibly prolific playwright. For over four decades, Shawn has moved with dexterity between the overtly absurdist to the bitingly political; with his latest offering feeling like a culmination of many of his previous works. We are first […]