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Macbeth – Shakespeare’s Globe, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Iqbal Khan Reviewer: Andy Moseley On a stormy night in London, an act of treachery leads to the bloody and ultimately short-lived rule of a paranoid former foot soldier. Make up your own punchline for any events going on further down the Thames but this is actually the latest production of Macbeth at the Globe. Three ...

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An Evening With Charlie Sheen, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London

Host: Piers Morgan Reviewer: Andy Moseley Charlie Sheen could almost be a throwback to a bygone era, the devil-may-care actor living a life of whisky and womanising with the occasional bit of acting thrown in for good measure. The supposed nadir of his career, when he was pictured with two porn stars and a seemingly endless amount of drugs and ...

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The Spoils – Trafalgar Studios, London

Writer:Jesse Eisenberg Director:Scott Elliott Reviewer:Andy Moseley Actors writing and starring in their own plays can always divide the opinion of audiences. An extension of their talent, showing them as a complete all-rounder and highlighting their ability to portray challenging roles, or vanity projects allowing for over-indulgent writing and the sort of part they’d never normally get because no self-respecting playwright ...

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Twist of Lemmon, St James Studio, London

Writer: Chris Lemmon Director: Hugh Wooldridge Reviewer:Andy Moseley It’s obviously hard having to follow a legendary father in his chosen profession. Before you get to that stage, it must be equally hard growing up being known as 'X’s son' rather than by your own first name. Add into that mix a father whose career, and the trappings of it, seemed ...

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Boxes – London Theatre Workshop

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Writer and Director: Andy Moseley Reviewer: Maryam Philpott The London property bubble is a sore subject for many of the capital city’s inhabitants. The tiny spaces rented for astronomical sums, the international investors leaving empty buildings and the near impossibility of ever owning here are among the most frustrating aspects of London life. Andy Moseley’s new play Boxes which christens ...

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Idiots – Soho Theatre, London

Adam Colborne, Stewart Agnew, Jessica-Lee Hopkins and Jonnie Bayfield in Idiots

  Writer and Director: Will Cowell and Jonnie Bayfield Reviewer:Andy Moseley Every now and then a play comes along that revives your faith in the ability of theatre to be fresh and inventive while still being highly enjoyable. Every now and then a play manages to dispel notions of high art and entertainment as mutually exclusive and proves that theatre ...

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Hard Boiled: The Fall of Sam Shadow – New Diorama Theatre, London

Hardboiled at The New Diorama Theatre

Director: Beth Flintoff Devisors: Rhum and Clay Theatre Company and Beth Flintoff Reviewer:Andy Moseley   1940s movies and 21st Century corporate business scandals. On the face of it, they don’t have much in common, but Rhum and Clay have spotted the connections. Hard Boiled: The Fall of Sam Shadow, combines the story of blackouts carried out by Enron in 2000, ...

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Linda – Royal Court Theatre, London

Linda at London's Royal Court Theatre

Writer: Penelope Skinner Director: Michael Longhurst Reviewer:Andy Moseley A revolving stage rises up into the air with sets on several different levels and the ability for actors to effortlessly or dramatically move between them without ever stepping off. The glass shelves in the centre display an array of near identical health and beauty products adding to the feeling that Es ...

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