Results tagged “west end”

Food Review: Kamique

By Jon Massey on September 26, 2013 8:15 AM |

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Kamique
★✩✩✩✩

IN A NUTSHELL
It's not worth heading to the West End for something this clunky. Head somewhere local for your after work pint instead.

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STAGE
Private Lives
Gielgud Theatre
★★★★✩

REVIEW
This crowd-pleasing production of Noel Coward's Private Lives is lightning in a bottle.

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STAGE
Fences
Duchess Theatre
★★★★✩

IN A NUTSHELL
Lenny Henry full occupies the role of Troy Maxson, the embittered garbage man and patriarch robbed of his shot at the baseball big time.

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By Giles Broadbent

The Book Of Mormon is doing great business at the Prince of Wales theatre.

Now impresarios are revisiting their back catalogued to see if they can reboot old favourites with a satirically religious theme to fill their coffers anew.

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A multitude of much-loved characters created by Dr Seuss are making their last handful of appearances in the West End marking the culmination of a successful new venture by a Greenwich-based group.

Horton the Elephant, Sour Kangaroo, The Cat in the Hat and many more all have had their chance to shine in the family friendly show, Seussical, that is bursting with colour at the Arts Theatre.

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