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Maybe we were lucky with the weather but my companion Lynne and I both agreed this was the perfect show in the perfect location and right now I’m telling everyone Little Shop of Horrors really is the must-see production of this summer.
https://www.londontheatre1.com/reviews/little-shop-of-horrors-at-regents-park-open-air-theatre-review/
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Interactive theatre can be tricky. When do you participate? Is it okay to keep quiet? What if you’re shy? Is this even really a play or did a friend just trick me into a self-help group? The latter question was posed by a woman sitting a few seats away from me, and if I hadn’t had the press release, I would’ve asked the same question. I was surprised when I walked into King’s Cross Community Centre and instead of a stage, I found an open room with a circle of chairs. I was welcomed in by Sandra, made myself a cup of tea and felt, to be frank very, very awkward and hid behind my laptop for a few minutes while observing people coming in.
https://www.londontheatre1.com/reviews/encompass-theatre-collectives-lovers-anonymous-review/
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First things first: Living with a Dark Lord is not about the home life of a leading politician – there are quite a few that would fit the bill. There’s a party being thrown for Shaun O’Sullivan, but he’s an off-stage character throughout. Even in stage adaptations of The Great Gatsby, the guy eventually makes an appearance at his own jamboree. ‘Happy Spawning Anniversary’, a large sign says – because Shaun detests the word ‘birthdays’. As with so many things in Shaun’s perception of the universe, there aren’t necessarily logical reasons for his lines of thinking. Until relatively recently, he has had, as a person on the autistic spectrum, great difficulty in expressing himself through verbal communication.
https://www.londontheatre1.com/reviews/mighty-pen-theatres-living-with-a-dark-lord-review/
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🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain – Part Four | Review "History with the nasty bits left in." https://www.londontheatre1.com/reviews/horrible-histories-barmy-britain-part-four-review/
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Disney’s Aladdin and The Lion King announce Summer Pop-Up Experience in London
Disney’s hit West End musicals Aladdin and The Lion King have today announced that a summer Pop-Up will open its doors to Disney fans old and new in Covent Garden throughout August. Located at 25 Long Acre in the heart of Theatreland, the Pop-Up will be open every day from Tuesday 31st July until Sunday 26th August with a host of free interactive experiences and special events to enjoy.

Within this unique space, guests will be able to explore the iconic masks, puppets and costumes from the Tony-Award winning The Lion King up-close and learn about the inspiration behind many of the show’s impressive designs. Guests will also have the opportunity to step inside a specially-created ‘Cave of Wonders’, where they will be able to take a photo with the legendary lamp from Aladdin.
https://www.londontheatre1.com/theatre-news/disneys-aladdin-and-the-lion-king-announce-summer-pop-up-experience-in-london/
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🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟The Lehman Trilogy by Stefano Massini at the National Theatre @NationalTheatre "The Lehman Trilogy is a triumph and a tragedy." https://www.londontheatre1.com/reviews/the-lehman-trilogy-by-stefano-massini-at-the-national-theatre/
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Barry Humphries’ Weimar Cabaret at the Barbican | Review
If you’ve followed Barry Humphries’ career this past half-century – and be honest, possums, most of you have – you won’t be entirely surprised by his idea of compiling and hosting an evening of music and song from the Weimar years.

If you weren’t aware of quite how strong this preoccupation has been in the course of his life’s eight and a half decades, this is probably because he was busy upstaging himself with his own menagerie of grotesques, Dame Edna Everage and Sir Les Patterson being the most prominent.
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https://www.londontheatre1.com/reviews/barry-humphries-weimar-cabaret-at-the-barbican-review/
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What a night out. Rent is a sensational show with a dazzling, totally committed and talented cast. Despite the tragic overtones, one comes away with uplifted heart, tingling senses and zinging spirits. There really is only one word for it: Wow.
https://www.londontheatre1.com/reviews/review-of-jonathan-larsons-rent-at-frogmore-paper-mill/
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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the award-winning feel-good new musical sensation, is pleased to announce that Rebecca McKinnis will be stepping into the role of Margaret New and Lee Ross will be joining the cast to play Hugo from 16th July 2018
https://www.londontheatre1.com/theatre-news/everybodys-talking-about-jamie-casting-announcement/
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