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Dietrich: Natural Duty – Wilton’s Music Hall, London

Writers: Peter Groom and Oliver Gully Director: Olive Gully Reviewer: Maryam Philpott When we think of the sirens of the 1930s and 1940s, the golden age of Hollywood, we tend to focus on their glamour – the movies, the outfits, the lovers and, often, their own personal tragedies – but rarely do we place them in the context of world ...

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INTERVIEW: Scottish Favourite Juliet Cadzow is back in Pantoland

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An instantly recognisable face to many from TV hits such as Scotch and Wry, Dr Who, Still Game or as Balamory’s bus driver Edie McCredie, Juliet Cadzow returns to pantomime at Glasgow’s King’s Theatre as wicked queen Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty. She sat down with The Reviews Hub’s Fraser MacDonald to talk Stanley Baxter, River City and what else she ...

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Forces Sweethearts at Christmas – Royal Hall, Harrogate

Reviewer: Laura Stimpson [rating:2] Forces Sweethearts at Christmas promises to bring to the theatre a Christmas Sing-along, nostalgia and a celebration of the great ladies of the Second World War. With an audience clearly in the mood for a good old sing song and a trip down memory lane, it should be an easy task to make them enjoy the ...

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