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Review: Shellshock, Waterloo East Theatre

Posted on 13 April 2014 by Ruby-isla Cera-Marle

The musical Shellshock opens with a talkative young girl called Emily (Ana Martin) fit to burst with excitement at the prospect of her father, a soldier, returning from the front-line in Dhofar, Oman. However, when her father Mark (Peter Willoughby) arrives home he is irritable, short-tempered and clearly traumatised by the brutalities of war that […]

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Review: Finian’s Rainbow, Charing Cross Theatre

Posted on 08 April 2014 by Ruby-isla Cera-Marle

Somewhat overshadowed by the more seminal works in the cannon, Finian’s Rainbow is a little-known musical first written and performed in 1947. In the fictional American state of Missitucky the residents of Rainbow Valley are unable to work due to a drought and are facing eviction unless they can pay their quite sizeable (and overdue) taxes. […]

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Review: Once, Phoenix Theatre

Posted on 06 April 2014 by Ruby-isla Cera-Marle

A chance encounter wherein a young Czech girl asks an dejected Irish busker to fix her broken hoover seems like an unlikely starting point for a love story, let alone a musical. Surprisingly this is the premise of Glen Hansard’s multi-award winning musical Once, now with Arthur Darvill reprising his Broadway role as the male lead who […]

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Review: Urinetown, St James Theatre

Posted on 10 March 2014 by Lisa Carroll

It’s been a long time coming to the London stage following its original Off-Broadway run in 1999, but Urinetown, currently playing at the St James Theatre, has undoubtedly been well worth the wait. It would be easy to be put off by the unusual title, but this is one show not to be missed: Urinetown […]

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