Articles by AndrewT

Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Unconventional adaptation impresses us. | By AndrewT
Harrowing And Blackly Comic: Glory Dazed @ Soho Theatre

Harrowing And Blackly Comic: Glory Dazed @ Soho Theatre

A well observed tale of the impact of war on an ex-soldier. | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: Dear World @ Charing Cross Theatre

Theatre Review: Dear World @ Charing Cross Theatre

Quirky and entertaining rendition of Broadway musical. | By AndrewT
Preview: Craft Beer Rising @ Old Truman Brewery

Preview: Craft Beer Rising @ Old Truman Brewery

Top beer, street food and music. | By AndrewT
Comedy Review: Katherine Ryan Nature's Candy @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Katherine Ryan Nature's Candy @ Soho Theatre

Kooky and filthy comedy from a performer on the up. | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: Lift @ Soho Theatre

Theatre Review: Lift @ Soho Theatre

Entertaining but flawed new musical. | By AndrewT
Pig’s Ear Beer and Cider Festival

Pig’s Ear Beer and Cider Festival

The festival of beer and cider from London and beyond comes to Hackney. | By AndrewT
Live Music Preview: The Flamenco Thief

Live Music Preview: The Flamenco Thief

Flamenco guitarist and master of the loop pedal comes to London. | By AndrewT
 Comedy Preview: Joking For Justice @ The Bloomsbury Theatre

Comedy Preview: Joking For Justice @ The Bloomsbury Theatre

Top charity benefit gig featuring Richard Herring, Ava Vidal, Mark Dolan and Francesca Martinez. | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: Silent Shakespeare @ The Lion and Unicorn

Theatre Review: Silent Shakespeare @ The Lion and Unicorn

What happens when you take the words away from The Bard? | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: Soho Cinders @ Soho Theatre

Theatre Review: Soho Cinders @ Soho Theatre

Flawed but enjoyable piece of musical theatre | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time @ National Theatre

Inspiring adaptation of Mark Haddon's modern classic. | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: Richard III @ The Globe

Theatre Review: Richard III @ The Globe

Mark Rylance makes Globe return with Richard III. | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ The Almeida

Theatre Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ The Almeida

Engaging re-telling of Shakespeare's classic comedy | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: The Last Of The Haussmans @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: The Last Of The Haussmans @ National Theatre

Strong performances, but a missed opportunity? | By AndrewT
London's Edinburgh Fringe Previews

London's Edinburgh Fringe Previews

Edinburgh bound comedy shows being road tested in London | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: Boys @ Soho Theatre

Theatre Review: Boys @ Soho Theatre

An engaging, funny and poignant new play from Ella Hickson | By AndrewT
Theatre Review: Children's Children @ Almeida Theatre

Theatre Review: Children's Children @ Almeida Theatre

Engaging new play from Matthew Dunster | By AndrewT
London's Best Vegetarian Restaurants

London's Best Vegetarian Restaurants

Please add to our list of favourites. | By AndrewT
Late Night Stand Up @ Soho Theatre's Comedy Bonk

Late Night Stand Up @ Soho Theatre's Comedy Bonk

Late laughs with Chris Dangerfield, Lloyd Griffith and Greg Burns. | By AndrewT
Spoken Word Review: Luke Wright's Cynical Ballads @Soho Theatre

Spoken Word Review: Luke Wright's Cynical Ballads @Soho Theatre

Well crafted and entertaining ballad poems | By AndrewT
Comedy Review: Hannibal Buress @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Hannibal Buress @ Soho Theatre

Laid back comedy with killer punchlines | By AndrewT
Theatre Preview: The Irish Giant @ Southwark Playhouse

Theatre Preview: The Irish Giant @ Southwark Playhouse

The story of Charles Byrne and John Hunter finally comes to the stage. | By AndrewT
Comedy Preview: Comedy Bonk @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Preview: Comedy Bonk @ Soho Theatre

Tony Law headlines a cracking late line-up for laughs | By AndrewT
Comedy Review: Pam Ann ‘You F’Coffee’ @ Bloomsbury Theatre

Comedy Review: Pam Ann ‘You F’Coffee’ @ Bloomsbury Theatre

Prepare cabin doors for some outrageous audience interaction. | By AndrewT
New Bar Review: Camden Town Brewery Bar

New Bar Review: Camden Town Brewery Bar

Sample the local brewery's finest at its new Kentish Town bar. | By AndrewT