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Theatre Review: The Tempest At The Barbican

Theatre Review: The Tempest At The Barbican

Get an eyeful of this island. | By Londonist Staff ★★★★☆
Celebrate Life On The London Stage At This Thespian Exhibition

Celebrate Life On The London Stage At This Thespian Exhibition

London's foremost entertainers celebrated. | By Laura Reynolds
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 ★★☆☆☆
The League Of Gentlemen Return To Their Theatrical Roots

The League Of Gentlemen Return To Their Theatrical Roots

Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton are all on the London stage this month. | By Neil Dowden
What Would You Say To An Alien? This Show Has Some Tips

What Would You Say To An Alien? This Show Has Some Tips

Spaced-out fringe theatre. | By Howard Ryland
Pixie Lott's Breakfast At Tiffany's Can Be Skipped

Pixie Lott's Breakfast At Tiffany's Can Be Skipped

More shine than substance. | By Franco Milazzo ★★☆☆☆
West End Theatre Casts Perform For Free This Weekend

West End Theatre Casts Perform For Free This Weekend

West End Live is back. | By Laura Reynolds
Stage Picks For The Week Ahead: The #Ear Edition

Stage Picks For The Week Ahead: The #Ear Edition

Listen up: we have hot theatre, music, cabaret and drag tips for you. | By Franco Milazzo
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 ★★★★☆
Simon Callow Talks Shakespeare

Simon Callow Talks Shakespeare

The actor considers the Bard. | By Stuart Black
Review: Nothing Is Black And White In Les Blancs

Review: Nothing Is Black And White In Les Blancs

Lorraine Hansberry's little known play gets due attention. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
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 ★★★☆☆
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 ★★★☆☆
Travel To The Amazon Without Leaving Barbican: The Encounter Reviewed

Travel To The Amazon Without Leaving Barbican: The Encounter Reviewed

An incredible soundscape. | By Rosalind Stone ★★★★★
Coming Soon: Bananaman The Musical

Coming Soon: Bananaman The Musical

Fruitiest superhero ever to take to London stage. | By Stuart Black
Hong Kong's Serial Dog Killer Comes To Hampstead

Hong Kong's Serial Dog Killer Comes To Hampstead

Poisoning play inspired by real-life events. | By Laura Reynolds ★★★★☆
Beyond Bollywood Spices Up The West End

Beyond Bollywood Spices Up The West End

New musical transfers from Mumbai to London. | By Stuart Black
XFM Winter Wonderland Lays On Musical Smorgasbord

XFM Winter Wonderland Lays On Musical Smorgasbord

Tuneful titbits. | By Andy Thornley
The Power Of Words In The Testament Of Mary

The Power Of Words In The Testament Of Mary

Fiona Shaw is a raw and human Virgin Mary. | By Londonist
Lovely London Town: The A-Z Of Mrs P

Lovely London Town: The A-Z Of Mrs P

A musical mappy fable. | By Lindsey
Sadness Sliced Up In The Anatomy of Melancholy

Sadness Sliced Up In The Anatomy of Melancholy

Robert Burton's "book to end all books" is brought to life in Oval. | By Stuart Black
Billy Budd At Southwark Playhouse

Billy Budd At Southwark Playhouse

Melville's tale is as rich as whale fat. | By Stuart Black
Theatre Review: Twelfth Night @ Lion & Unicorn

Theatre Review: Twelfth Night @ Lion & Unicorn

My First Shakespeare? | By Londonist
Theatre Review: Quartermaine's Terms @ Wyndam's Theatre

Theatre Review: Quartermaine's Terms @ Wyndam's Theatre

Rowan Atkinson in a subtle black comedy. | By Londonist
Musical Review: Viva Forever! @ The Piccadilly Theatre

Musical Review: Viva Forever! @ The Piccadilly Theatre

Fundamentally clichéd and flawed, but we enjoyed this Spice Girls-inspired show | By Laura Dodge
Theatre Review: Privates On Parade @ Noel Coward Theatre

Theatre Review: Privates On Parade @ Noel Coward Theatre

An Eastwards-shifted ‘It Ain’t Half Hot, Mum. | By Johnny Fox
Comedy Review: The Awkward Silence + Guests @ The Wilmington Arms

Comedy Review: The Awkward Silence + Guests @ The Wilmington Arms

Have some food before you go to this excellent comedy night. | By Joelg
One Rogue Reporter: Interview with Richard Peppiatt

One Rogue Reporter: Interview with Richard Peppiatt

Inside the world of the tabloid, by the man who published his resignation in The Guardian. | By Londonist
Dance Review: Currency 2 @ The Place

Dance Review: Currency 2 @ The Place

An International Exchange of Danced Ideas. | By Londonist
Opera Review: La Bohème @ Charing Cross Theatre

Opera Review: La Bohème @ Charing Cross Theatre

The Olivier award-winning production arrives in Charing Cross. And it's bloody good. | By Londonist
Helen Keen's Spacetacular! An Evening Of Comedy, Science And Tin Foil

Helen Keen's Spacetacular! An Evening Of Comedy, Science And Tin Foil

Get earlybird tickets for an out-of-this-world show. | By M@
Blue Sky @ Hampstead Theatre

Blue Sky @ Hampstead Theatre

Secret landings at isolated airports...what does the government know? | By Londonist
The Good Neighbour @ Battersea Arts Centre

The Good Neighbour @ Battersea Arts Centre

Family fun for half term, with a treasure hunt round the Victorian BAC. | By Londonist
Watch Dracula Performed In A Spooky Church Setting

Watch Dracula Performed In A Spooky Church Setting

Fangs can only get better. | By M@
Book Review: Mr Foote's Other Leg By Ian Kelly

Book Review: Mr Foote's Other Leg By Ian Kelly

Biography of a forgotten character of the 18th Century stage. Better than you'd think. | By M@
Opera Review: Siegfried @ Royal Opera House

Opera Review: Siegfried @ Royal Opera House

All hail the anti-hero. | By Londonist
Theatre Review: Pericles @ The Rose

Theatre Review: Pericles @ The Rose

Sort-of-Shakespeare on the site of Bankside's first theatre. | By Londonist
Theatre Preview: Ten Out Of Ten @ Ovalhouse Theatre, Kennington

Theatre Preview: Ten Out Of Ten @ Ovalhouse Theatre, Kennington

Life's failures, and how they're not all bad. | By Lise Smith
Opera Review: Die Walküre @ Royal Opera House

Opera Review: Die Walküre @ Royal Opera House

The second part of Wagner's Ring Cycle. | By Londonist
Opera Review: Das Rheingold @ Royal Opera House

Opera Review: Das Rheingold @ Royal Opera House

The first part of Wagner's epic Ring Cycle. | By Londonist
Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing @ Noel Coward Theatre

Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing @ Noel Coward Theatre

Meera Syal and Paul Bhattacharjee add some Bollywood sparkle to Shakespeare's classic. | By Londonist
Preview: The London Horror Festival

Preview: The London Horror Festival

Creepy stagecraft in Camden and Wilton's Music Hall. | By M@
Theatre Review: Taming Of The Shrew @ The Globe

Theatre Review: Taming Of The Shrew @ The Globe

Fun, feisty and bold, whatever the weather. | By Londonist
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 15-21 November

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 15-21 November

Our pick of the best of London's cultural calendar for this week | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: The Queen Of Spades @ Arcola Theatre

Theatre Review: The Queen Of Spades @ Arcola Theatre

A fantastical and flamboyant interpretation of Pushkin's short story. | By Lindsey
Scratch To Stage in 48 Hours: Showtime Challenge Does The Boyfriend

Scratch To Stage in 48 Hours: Showtime Challenge Does The Boyfriend

Charitable challenges don't come much more madcap or musical than this. | By Lindsey
Theatre Preview: John Peel's Shed By John Osborne

Theatre Preview: John Peel's Shed By John Osborne

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