Friday 21st June, The Vaults Theatre
If you have gone to the show expecting a mind-reading experience mixed with a bit of good old-fashioned magic, you haven’t read the pitch.
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Tuesday 2nd April, Royal Opera House
The Christof Loy production of La Forza del Destino at the Royal Opera House was the hottest ticket in town this season.
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Featuring dramatic scenes, a sophisticated scenery stage and a cast capable of imparting a profound sense of amor fati and the sublime, the Royal Opera House’s performance of Queen of Spades is one not to be missed.
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Friday 11th August, Dalston
Secret Studio Lab has returned to London with a new, immersive theatre show: the subversive Secret Theatre Project Mayhem. Spoilers ahead, if you’re planning to see the see the show within the next couple days. The premise, while derivative, might have been fertile ground for the enthusiastic cast. In the end, it doesn’t matter when the production is so poorly thought out. Continue reading “Secret Theatre Project Mayhem”
Saturday 5th August, Camden
A sea of heartbreak. Karaoke. Accusations and dirty laundry. Cake and champagne. Pill-popping and binge-drinking. An awkward turn on the stage by yours truly. Crazy wedding photos. Elina Alminas reprises her one woman show for the Camden Fringe 2017. LAURA is an absurd, painful, sympathetic satire of modern marriage, and keeps the audience on its toes throughout.
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