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Best Banh Mi In London

Best Banh Mi In London

France meets Vietnam. | By Chloe Blows
Funfair Cocktails And Fiery Meze At This Neon-Infused Fitzrovia Joint

Funfair Cocktails And Fiery Meze At This Neon-Infused Fitzrovia Joint

Fine meze. | By Will Noble ★★★★☆
London's Best Meatballs

London's Best Meatballs

Meaty treat. | By Ruth Hargreaves
ZazU: Raisins To Be Alive Is Pre-Apocalyptic Comedy Gold

ZazU: Raisins To Be Alive Is Pre-Apocalyptic Comedy Gold

Monkeys, mermaids and dried fruit. | By Hari Mountford ★★★★★
Review: Getting Hopped Up At Brewhouse & Kitchen

Review: Getting Hopped Up At Brewhouse & Kitchen

Impressive beer range, and well executed food menu. | By Lydia Manch ★★★★☆
Londonist Out Loud: The Feel-Bad Review Of 2016

Londonist Out Loud: The Feel-Bad Review Of 2016

The most miserable clips of the year. | By N Quentin Woolf
Sumptuous Shakespeare Double Bill Lacks Innovation

Sumptuous Shakespeare Double Bill Lacks Innovation

Love's Labour's Lost and Much Ado About Nothing, set either side of the first world war. | By Laura Kressly
Reviewed: Canary Wharf Station In Star Wars

Reviewed: Canary Wharf Station In Star Wars

In an Underground station really really close... | By Londonist
Harry Enfield Comedy Is All Fizzle And No Razzle Dazzle

Harry Enfield Comedy Is All Fizzle And No Razzle Dazzle

Pretty and inoffensive just doesn't cut it. | By Chris Bridges ★★☆☆☆
Panto Returns To Its Roots With Mother Goose

Panto Returns To Its Roots With Mother Goose

A pantomime with a classic twist at Wilton's Music Hall. | By Paul Ewing ★★★★☆
Should Pulitzer-Winning Play Buried Child Remain Buried?

Should Pulitzer-Winning Play Buried Child Remain Buried?

Sam Shepard's 1978 work gets another airing. | By Chris Bridges ★★★☆☆
Peter Pan Is Flying High At National Theatre

Peter Pan Is Flying High At National Theatre

A show for all ages. | By Chris Bridges ★★★★☆
Review: Magic Show Fails To Pull New Tricks Out Of The Hat

Review: Magic Show Fails To Pull New Tricks Out Of The Hat

Modern magic. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
Review: Aladdin Is Good, But Don't Go Expecting A Whole New World

Review: Aladdin Is Good, But Don't Go Expecting A Whole New World

Our one wish is for more ingenuity. | By Dan Frost ★★★☆☆
The Deep Blue Sea Proves Rattigan Is Timeless: Review

The Deep Blue Sea Proves Rattigan Is Timeless: Review

Terence is back in fashion. | By Chris Bridges ★★★★★
Review: Heavyweight Opera Nabucco Fails To Land Knockout Blow

Review: Heavyweight Opera Nabucco Fails To Land Knockout Blow

Placido Domingo is good, but needs prompting. | By Holli-Mae Johnson
Review: Does Titanic The Musical Float Our Boat?

Review: Does Titanic The Musical Float Our Boat?

Small stage tells epic story. | By Sophia Shluger ★★★★☆
Review: A Map Of Art Deco London

Review: A Map Of Art Deco London

A classy map for a classy movement. | By Will Noble ★★★★☆
Sunset At The Villa Thalia Reviewed: Greek Tragedy Made Fun

Sunset At The Villa Thalia Reviewed: Greek Tragedy Made Fun

Austerity turned entertainment. | By Chris Bridges ★★★★☆
Review: Englishman, Irishman And Scotsman Defy Stereotype

Review: Englishman, Irishman And Scotsman Defy Stereotype

The Joke shows what it's like to be trapped inside a joke. | By Tom Bolton
Political Satire For The Corbyn Era: A View From Islington North, Reviewed

Political Satire For The Corbyn Era: A View From Islington North, Reviewed

You'll certainly vote to 'remain' for the duration of this one. | By James FitzGerald ★★★★☆
Review: Sex Workers' Opera Is Provocative But Tasteful

Review: Sex Workers' Opera Is Provocative But Tasteful

Groundbreaking show has something for everyone mature enough to handle it. | By Sophia Shluger ★★★★☆
A Sprawling Mess: Photo London 2016 Reviewed

A Sprawling Mess: Photo London 2016 Reviewed

Great works lost in the chaos | By Tabish Khan ★★☆☆☆
Review: Lawrence After Arabia Reveals The Man Behind The Legend

Review: Lawrence After Arabia Reveals The Man Behind The Legend

Howard Brenton's new play is a damning indictment of colonialist politics. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Kings Of War Is The Real Game Of Thrones

Kings Of War Is The Real Game Of Thrones

Is this "Shakespearathon" better than the HBO show? | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★☆
Review: We’re Going On A Bear Hunt… Again

Review: We’re Going On A Bear Hunt… Again

Little Angel’s Bear Hunt makes a welcome return home. | By Phillipa Ellis ★★★★☆
Review: BalletBoyz At Sadler's Wells Is A Show Of Two Halves

Review: BalletBoyz At Sadler's Wells Is A Show Of Two Halves

And one's far better than the other. | By Silvia Baretta ★★★☆☆
Secret Cinema’s 28 Days Later Lacks Bite

Secret Cinema’s 28 Days Later Lacks Bite

Immersive horror screening isn’t scary enough. | By Londonist ★★★☆☆
Review: Deathwatch Shows Men Imprisoned By Their Desires

Review: Deathwatch Shows Men Imprisoned By Their Desires

Jean Genet's prison drama is a playful eroticisation of crime. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Film Review: Kevin Costner Gets Criminal In "Romantic" Deptford

Film Review: Kevin Costner Gets Criminal In "Romantic" Deptford

Silly sci-fi hokum in London. | By Stuart Black ★★☆☆☆
Review: Boy Takes A Troubling Twirl Through The London Jungle

Review: Boy Takes A Troubling Twirl Through The London Jungle

Leo Butler finds poetry in cracked pavements. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Review: Spall Moves Effortlessly From Harry Potter To Harold Pinter

Review: Spall Moves Effortlessly From Harry Potter To Harold Pinter

Brilliant West End return of The Caretaker. | By Londonist ★★★★☆
Step Back In Time: Alternative London A-Z Describes London Of 1953

Step Back In Time: Alternative London A-Z Describes London Of 1953

1953 guide is reissued. | By Will Noble ★★★★☆
Review: How Different Is Shakespeare's First Draft Of Hamlet?

Review: How Different Is Shakespeare's First Draft Of Hamlet?

The first quarto is performed for the first time. | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
Verve Festival Celebrating Diversity Opens With A Sassy Shrew Taming

Verve Festival Celebrating Diversity Opens With A Sassy Shrew Taming

Energetic Shakespeare kicks off new season. | By Stuart Black
Review: Rolling Stones Exhibition Gives Us Plenty Of Satisfaction

Review: Rolling Stones Exhibition Gives Us Plenty Of Satisfaction

Exhibitionism is messily immersive. | By Will Noble ★★★★☆
Review: Few Reasons To Like Reasons To Be Happy

Review: Few Reasons To Like Reasons To Be Happy

An unstable love rhombus of a show at Hampstead Theatre. | By Sophia Shluger ★★☆☆☆
Review: Tracy Letts’s Bug Will Get Under Your Skin

Review: Tracy Letts’s Bug Will Get Under Your Skin

James Norton and Kate Fleetwood bug out. | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
Review: Branagh And Brydon Strip For Unfunny French Farce The Painkiller

Review: Branagh And Brydon Strip For Unfunny French Farce The Painkiller

It's still not enough to numb the awkwardness. | By Franco Milazzo ★★☆☆☆
Review: The Truth Reveals Web Of Lies

Review: The Truth Reveals Web Of Lies

Florian Zeller's play exposes double-dealing behind middle-class adultery. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Sandbagged By The Critics: Miss Atomic Bomb Review

Sandbagged By The Critics: Miss Atomic Bomb Review

Get the thesaurus to find synonyms for 'bombed' 'tanked' and 'failed to ignite'... | By Johnny Fox ★★★☆☆
If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me Reviewed: Never Mind The Horrocks

If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me Reviewed: Never Mind The Horrocks

Northern scowl. | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
Review: Adam Riches's Coach Coach Is So So

Review: Adam Riches's Coach Coach Is So So

Basketball parody is no slam dunk. | By Will Noble ★★★☆☆
Film Review: The Pass Tackles Football’s Dirty Secret

Film Review: The Pass Tackles Football’s Dirty Secret

A strike against homophobia. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Review: Boris Godunov Is More Than Good Enough

Review: Boris Godunov Is More Than Good Enough

Bryn Terfel delivers hulk and heart. | By Holli-Mae Johnson ★★★★☆
Film Review: High-Rise Is A Fecund Orgy Of Excess

Film Review: High-Rise Is A Fecund Orgy Of Excess

Ben Wheatley does JG Ballard via Doctor Who. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Review: Motown The Musical Says Thanks Berry, Much

Review: Motown The Musical Says Thanks Berry, Much

Gordy writes the theme tunes, sings the theme tunes. | By Will Noble ★★★☆☆
Film Review: Every Parent’s Nightmare In The Ones Below

Film Review: Every Parent’s Nightmare In The Ones Below

Creepy directorial debut from The Night Manager writer. | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
Film Review: Hitchcock/Truffaut Dissects The Directors

Film Review: Hitchcock/Truffaut Dissects The Directors

Solid documentary about two great filmmakers. | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
Sprint Festival Of New Theatre Gets Off To Flying Start

Sprint Festival Of New Theatre Gets Off To Flying Start

Opening show Locus Amoenus is a winner. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Review: Welcome Home, Captain Fox! Is Not So Fantastic

Review: Welcome Home, Captain Fox! Is Not So Fantastic

Shaky start to Donmar's 2016 season. | By James FitzGerald ★★☆☆☆
Film Review: London Has Fallen Is Truly Appalling

Film Review: London Has Fallen Is Truly Appalling

Gerard Butler sinks in a high tide of pigswill. | By Stuart Black ☆☆☆☆☆
Review: Ali At The O2 Is Good But Not The Greatest

Review: Ali At The O2 Is Good But Not The Greatest

Insightful exhibition craves better curation. | By Will Noble ★★★☆☆
Review: Botticelli Reimagined With Hermaphrodites At The V&A

Review: Botticelli Reimagined With Hermaphrodites At The V&A

Renaissance master inspired the Pre-Raphaelites and James Bond. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
Review: Bottom Almost Drops Out Of Riotous A Midsummer Night's Dream

Review: Bottom Almost Drops Out Of Riotous A Midsummer Night's Dream

Filter's irreverent take on Shakespeare is comic mayhem. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Review: The Maids Serves Up Psychosexual Power Games

Review: The Maids Serves Up Psychosexual Power Games

Jean Genet's play blurs fantasy with reality. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Computer-Penned Musical Beyond The Fence Reviewed

Computer-Penned Musical Beyond The Fence Reviewed

Do algorithms have rhythm? | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
Inside Secret Cinema (Sssshhh)

Inside Secret Cinema (Sssshhh)

We visit their new immersive screening. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Loyalty And Betrayal In War-Torn France: The Patriotic Traitor Reviewed

Loyalty And Betrayal In War-Torn France: The Patriotic Traitor Reviewed

When Pétain and de Gaulle became friends. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★☆☆
Review: Cleansed Didn't Make Us Walk Out, It Just Numbed Us

Review: Cleansed Didn't Make Us Walk Out, It Just Numbed Us

NT's shock show is not a consuming theatrical experience. | By Savannah Whaley ★★★☆☆