Revolution!

Keep your eyes out for the upcoming review of Exit Productions's Revolution! Buy your tickets now at: https://www.designmynight.com/london/event-space/central-london/secret-london-location/revolution-an-interactive-gaming-experience And don't forget to make sure you're following The Theatre Reviewer on Tumblr and Twitter to keep up-to-date with posts and reviews: Twitter: T_Reviewer Tumblr: thetheatrereviewer

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[Review:] ‘Woyzeck’, Old Vic Theatre, London.

This review will consider the new adaptation of Woyzeck, written by Jack Thorne, directed by Joe Murphy, and performed on the stage of the Old Vic Theatre. The role of Woyzeck was played by understudy Theo Solomon on the night I saw this performance. The first most notable aspect of this performance was by far... Continue Reading →

The Happy Theory

A review will be out shortly for The Happy Theory at The Yard Theatre, London! Make sure to buy your tickets quickly at: https://t.co/7nWnSc5XjN And follow The Theatre Reviewer on Tumblr and Twitter to keep up-to-date with posts and reviews: Tumblr: TheTheatreReviewer  Twitter: @T_Reviewer

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Whether your show is a play, a musical, performance or showcase, send an email to lee.james.broadwood@hotmail.com to request a review. When you request a review from The Theatre Reviewer, you are entitled to free publicity on the WordPress, Twitter and Tumblr pages! Happy Requesting! Please note: The Theatre Reviewer will no longer take requests for […]

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Review Requesters should remember that the reviews offered from The Theatre Reviewer are analytical reviews, not creative reviews. This means that it is the execution of the performance that is concentrated upon. I.E. These reviews will ask questions such as…among others: Was the performance effective and how? If characters are present, how well were they... Continue Reading →

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