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Film Review: Les Misérables

Posted on 13 December 2012 by Ryan Ahern

Boublil and Schonberg’s Les Misérables is one of the more epic pieces of musical theatre, and Tom Hooper’s film adaptation further proves this. This is Les Misérables on a grand scale, full of heart and soul. It’s led by emotion and Hooper has absolutely kept this at the forefront of his adaptation. With the belief […]

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Review: Kiss Me Kate

Posted on 09 December 2012 by Ryan Ahern

Fans of the Chichester Festival Theatre’s Kiss Me Kate were delighted to hear that it was coming to London’s Old Vic Theatre, and rightly so. This is a lively and hugely enjoyable production of a Cole Porter classic, with a strong and energetic cast. Robert Jones’s set is delightful, beautifully mixing the worlds of onstage […]

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Review: The Changeling

Posted on 28 November 2012 by Ryan Ahern

Joe Hill-Gibbons’s production of The Changeling has created an electric atmosphere. But while it definitely packs a punch and creates some superb comedy, I felt it lacked heart. The Young Vic has once again been transformed, this time into a theatre in the round. Ultz, who is famous for creating the Olivier award-winning set for […]

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Review: The Good Neighbour

Posted on 27 October 2012 by Ryan Ahern

Battersea Arts Centre and Uninvited Guests’s The Good Neighbour chills and excites as the audience simultaneously enters the world of Clapham Junction during the fire of 1909 and the London Riots of 2011.  This promenade production, which has the audience traveling throughout the streets and cafes of Clapham Junction, is especially engaging and brings a very […]

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