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What to Watch: Edinburgh 2017

We’re off to the Fringe! Here’s what’s top of our list at this year’s theatrical extravaganza. Improv: Blind Mirth No trip to the Edinburgh Fringe would be complete without a spot of improv. And whilst there are some big names who are the undisputed royalty of improv – […]

The 2017 London Jam

Charlotte Pegram checks out the opening night of The London Jam at Wilton’s Music Hall A week of improvised theatre is happening at the wonderful Wilton’s Music Hall. It’s all roughly planned out in advance though, isn’t it? No. Honestly, it isn’t. From an improvised Ibsen play for […]

Top 5 Christmas Shows 2016

Here are our top recommendations for this year’s Christmas shows. From traditional theatre to alternative Christmas comedy there’s something for everybody. Family Christmas Potted Panto at The Garrick Theatre CBBC presenters Dan and Jeff bring yet another spectacularly silly potted production to the West End’s Garrick Theatre, for […]

Top 5 Shows in October

It’s starting to get cold and the nights are drawing in, so what better reason to spend a night at the theatre. Here are our top 5 plays to see this October: 1. Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses at Trafalgar Studios Witness a couple meeting for the first […]

Top 5 Shows: September Fringe

Here’s what’s on top of our To See list this month. They’re all Off West End shows, and some of them we’ve already been in to see. The rest will be reviewed throughout the month, but all come highly recommended. 1. Kenny Morgan at the Arcola Theatre London, […]

The PEG likes…

We thought these shows were amazing, as did the people at EdFringe HQ and The Scotsman because they made them the recipients of a Fringe First Award.   Both Tank and Counting Sheep were recipients of a First Fringe Award. What we didn’t get to see, but hope they […]

Also Recognised Awards 2016

Following closely on the tail of the Olivier Awards is this year’s Also Recognised Awards. The awards are audience voted and were originally set up by theatre commentators Mark Shenton and Terri Paddock to celebrate lesser-known but equally worthy talent in fields overlooked by other awards bodies. There […]