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Cinderella – The Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch

Writer: Andrew Pollard Director: Martin Berry Musical Director: Joshua Goodman Choreographer: Liz Marsh Reviewer: Michael Gray “Well it's good, but it's not what I'd call traditional...” proclaimed the elderly lady just along the row. She has a point. Andrew Pollard's script has more than a few novel touches. Baron Hardup has expired, leaving his wicked widow free to bully poor ...

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Steel Magnolias – Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch

Writer: Robert Harling Director: Liz Marsh Reviewer: Michael Gray Robert Harling's classic tragicomedy, set in a Southern beauty shop, is cleverly constructed for maximum effect. Joy and despair, tears and laughter, with the one-liners, ripostes and put-downs equitably shared among the six ladies. The Queen's do it proud. There's “pink plonk” for the interval, or an exclusive Pink Magnolia cocktail, ...

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Love, Lies And Lust – Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch

Director: Matt Devitt Musical Director: Julian Littman Reviewer: Michael Gray [Rating:3.5]   One of the Queen's Theatre’s greatest hits, this cod-Restoration romp from the pen of the Heather Brothers returns to its roots after twenty years, in a brand new production for Cut to the Chase by Matt Devitt. It takes its plot, and its characters, but not its language ...

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