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Top of the Class: The Other School at St. James Theatre

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. Thoughtful, boisterous and poignant, The Other School is an enjoyable collaboration between National Youth Music Theatre, Dougal Irvine and Dominic Marsh at the St. James Theatre. I expected The Other School to be a zany horror-comedy-musical about two students, Polly and Kester Parish, getting caught … Continue reading

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Top of the Class: The Other School at St. James Theatre

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. Thoughtful, boisterous and poignant, The Other School is an enjoyable collaboration between National Youth Music Theatre, Dougal Irvine and Dominic Marsh at the St. James Theatre. I expected The Other School to be a zany horror-comedy-musical about two students, Polly and Kester Parish, getting caught … Continue reading

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Once

I went to see ‘Once’ at the Phoenix Theatre last night with some friends.  I hadn’t, I admit, been super keen to see it, but if there is theatre on the cards I am always willing to take a gamble. At first it appeared that the cards may not be in our favour as we … Continue reading

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Defer, Defer

I had the great good fortune to see The Mikado last night at the English National Opera.  I always delight in seeing the inside of a new theatre as well as the production itself, and this was my first visit to the London Coliseum. Though it is a beautiful theatre I found its foyer and … Continue reading