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Read through our latest London theatre reviews and find out what our theatre team made of the city's new openings

'Ken' review

4 out of 5 stars

Ken Campbell was one of the true outliers in British theatre...

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The Bunker , Southwark Tuesday February 20 2018 - Saturday February 24 2018
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Gundog

4 out of 5 stars

'Gundog' might be set in shepherding country, but Simon Longman's play is staged with none of the softening influences of ickle fluffy lambs...

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Royal Court Theatre , Belgravia Until Saturday March 10 2018
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'Dry Powder' review

2 out of 5 stars

Like ‘Enron’ without the imagination or ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ without the point, Sarah Burgess’s play about a trio of fractious private equity fund managers contains some good one-liners but genuinely seems to have absolutely nothing substantive to say...

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Hampstead Theatre , Swiss Cottage Until Saturday March 3 2018
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'Eugenius!' review

3 out of 5 stars

New British musical ‘Eugenius!’ doesn’t break much new ground, settling for a relentlessly high energy and kinda lovable riff on comic book cliches...

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The Other Palace , St James's Park Until Saturday March 3 2018
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'Ken' review

4 out of 5 stars

Ken Campbell was one of the true outliers in British theatre...

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The Bunker , Southwark Tuesday February 20 2018 - Saturday February 24 2018
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'Gundog' review

4 out of 5 stars

'Gundog' might be set in shepherding country, but Simon Longman's play is staged with none of the softening influences of ickle fluffy lambs...

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Royal Court Theatre , Belgravia Until Saturday March 10 2018
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Network

5 out of 5 stars
Recommended

Clearly there are going to be those who think Belgian super-director Ivo van Hove’s adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky’s 1976 satirical film ‘Network’ is an almighty fucking mess…

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National Theatre , South Bank Until Saturday March 10 2018
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The Ferryman

5 out of 5 stars
Recommended

There is a live goose in 'The Ferryman'. And a live rabbit. And a live baby. None of these things are particularly important in and of themselves, but I guess I have to start somewhere…

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Gielgud Theatre , Soho Until Saturday May 19 2018
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felicity b

Cinderella in Chiswick House Gardens is great!  Went tonight, it was a breath of fresh air without cheesy jokes, but with ballerina mice dancing, an acrobatic lizard, singing and dancing - Inearly forgot, the magician throughout.  Topped off with a sprinkling of snow at the end. 

Company as called Humdalila Productions I think.  Only on in December.