Top 5 Adult Panto

Number 1: Sleeping Booty Martin Witts & Lesley Ackland for Leicester Square Theatre presents Sleeping Booty!… all it takes is a prick! The Evil Mangelina (Miss Dusty ‘O’), is wreaking havoc over our precious, perverted pantoland, ruling with an unruly and slippery iron fist … Ouch mama! Together […]

2071: Dividing the Critics

Last month in our November Theatre Round-Up we recommended seeing 2071 at the Royal Court  It’s certainly proving controversial, which in our view makes it a play worth seeing. Here is a summary of what the critics said: Michael Billington: Guardian ★★★★★ Some will argue this is not really […]

The Shape of the Table: 3 Stars

David Edgar’s political drama The Shape of the Table, set in an unnamed eastern European country during the collapse of the Soviet Union, first premiered at the National Theatre on November 8th, 1990, a year after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Now, during one of the most […]

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris – Charing Cross Theatre – 2 Stars

Okay, I’ll venir nettoyer : asked to name a French singer, I’m likely to go Edith Piaf… and that will be it. Asked to name a singer in French, however, and I’ll easily get twice as many marks. Oh yes – Jacques Brel: Belgian he might have been, as Belgian as Hergé, waffles and Hercules Poirot, but French was the language for […]

Top 5 Christmas Shows

The MiddlePeg Top 5 Christmas Family Shows

Top 5 Christmas ShowsNumber 1: Mr Tiger Goes Wild at The Chelsea Theatre Adapted from the acclaimed international bestseller by Peter Brown, Mr Tiger Goes Wild is a story about being yourself and features rocking live music, original songs and lots of imagination. Mr. Tiger lived a perfectly […]

November Theatre Round-up

Here’s five shows that we recommend seeing this November. Number 1: Action Hero: Hoke’s Bluff at Shoreditch Town Hall The end of the American Dream. Award-winning performance company Action Hero’s present Hoke’s Bluff. It’s a contemporary theatre piece inspired by American teen sports movies, looking at how the […]