The Railway Children, Richmond Theatre
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The Railway Children, Richmond Theatre

It’s currently midnight and I’ve just got home after a busy day in London. Why oh why do I think I live so close when in actual fact it takes forever to get home? Last night (as you’re reading this) I was invited to the opening night of The Railway Children* at Richmond Theatre and since it’s on for such a short period of time I’m getting my review out sharpish. 

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Review: Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar And Grill
Theatre

Review: Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar And Grill

Everyone in the theatre community knows the name Audra McDonald. She has won a record breaking 6 Tony Awards (being the only person to ever win in all four acting categories) and has finally made her way across the Atlantic to make her West End debut. This debut was due to take place last year but due to falling pregnant, her tony-winning performance as Billie Holiday was postponed to 2017. Now on a limited run at Wyndham’s Theatre, McDonald has brought her voice and acting talents to London in Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar And Grill, and I just had to…

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Review: Yank! A WWII Love Story
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Review: Yank! A WWII Love Story

One of my summer goals was to see four shows. I’m three weeks into my seven week break, and I’ve now seen three shows so I’m pretty chuffed with my work. I also have three more scheduled, although I probably won’t manage any more than that (although I will definitely try). I’m talking about the shows I’ve seen all out of order though, as I want to share my opinions on the shows that are closing the soonest first. This means that first up is the most recent show that I’ve seen: Yank! A WWII Love Story at The Charing Cross Theatre.

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