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Every time you start to cosy up on the back seat, you run over a pot-hole of discrimination that causes you to bang your head on the roof.
Margot Robbie (I, Tonya) is denied the screen-time she desperately needed to bring the character of Elizabeth together ...
Widows will hold you hostage. There is no looking away, there is no asking for mercy or respite, or wondering if a lull in the story will present itself so you can nip out for a pee.
Get ready for Bohemian Rhapsody to rock you
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Wonderfully intimate and enchanting
The impeccable reimagining of Wuthering Heights as sung by cockney popstrel Kate Nash
Pitch perfect pop with a hearty splash of colour.
She punctures pre-conceptions with her material and she isn’t afraid to get dark
I regretted the fact we forgot our glowsticks
Drunk knights and power struggles, courtesy of the Bard.
A highly recommended play with some compelling performances and wide reaching themes.
The result is divisive. I found myself intrigued and amused at points, at others I was shifting in my seat.
A double bill of tightly executed, slick and funny Shakespeare awaits you at the Theatre Royal this week
The contemporary setting ignites the action, making the violence thrilling and frightening, grabbing the audience by the throat...
"Every performance is slick and lively, down to the smallest urchin..." - Louisa reviews the dazzling production of Oliver, now running at Norwich's Theatre Royal
"It’s all ‘Ride me hard’ and ‘show us your horse box’ in a double-entendre filled entertainment that takes some increasingly odd flights of fancy." - Louisa reviews Flick Ferdinando's one-woman show...