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Bumblescratch – Adelphi Theatre, London

Writer: Robert J Sherman Director: Stewart Nicholls Reviewer: Deborah Parry After the huge success of a musical about Cats, you could sort of understand why one centred around the lives of rats might not be such a radical idea – right? Let’s just say that, after seeing this show, you might actually want to set the former upon the latter ...

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EXHIBITION: Happy Birthday, Miss Monroe

By MARYAM PHILPOTT Had she lived, Marilyn Monroe would have been 90 on the 1st June – making her a few weeks younger than the Queen incidentally – and to celebrate this auspicious anniversary ONGallery is hosting a month-long exhibition of prints and photographs by some of the 20th Century’s most notable artists. The title of this exhibition appropriately references ...

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NEWS: The Beautiful Game gets London revival at The Union

Over 12 years after it was seen in the West End, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Ben Elton’s The Beautiful Game will receive its first London revival at the Union Theatre from Wednesday 3 April (press night Tuesday 8 April, 7.30pm) to Saturday 3 May 2014, it was announced today. On sale now. John and Del are just two regular teenagers ...

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NEWS: TV’s Matt Johnson will Coppafeel! at The Palace Theatre, London

Hosted by TV Presenter Matt Johnson, Busting to Sing will bring together some of the best known names from music and showbiz for one night on Monday, March 31st, 2014 at The Palace Theatre, London to raise thousands of pounds and awareness for CoppaFeel! CoppaFeel! is a breast cancer awareness charity that educates young people on the importance of checking ...

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The Opinion Makers – Mercury Theatre, Colchester

Music and Lyrics: Brian Mitchell and Joseph Nixon Director: Daniel Buckroyd Musical Director: Tom Kelly Reviewer: Michael Gray [Rating:3.5]   Into the dingy basement office of Fernsby Market Research bursts its MD, just off the PanAm from the US, full of new ideas and stateside jargon. This brand new musical comedy is set firmly in the 1960s, the design, the ...

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Dickens’ A Christmas Carol – Royal & DerngateTheatre, Northampton

Writer: Charles Dickens Adapter: Neil Duffield Director: Gary Sefton Reviewer: Maggie Constable [rating:4.5] Charles Dickens, whose bicentenary was celebrated recently, penned one of the most famous and certainly best-loved Christmas stories of all time, A Christmas Carol. The tale has been turned into numerous theatre productions and films with even a superb Muppet film version. Tonight the old Victorian Royal ...

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