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Review: Cinderella – Brixton House

WJQuinnDec 6, 20234 min read

★★★ Brixton House is offering a fresh, musical take on the Cinderella story this Christmas. Sindi-Ella (Yanexi Enriquez) is a passionate produce grower, grieving the loss of her greengrocer dad,…

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Review: Ghosts – Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

WJQuinnDec 4, 20235 min read

★★★★ Henrik Ibsen’s 1881 play, Ghosts, considered by many the first modern play, is perfectly set within the intimate confines of the Sam Wannamaker Playhouse. Intimacy, or rather its denial,…

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Review: The Witches – National Theatre

WJQuinnDec 2, 20237 min read

★★★★★ The Witches is sensational, I have no notes. Despite this, theQR’s M.O. rather demands I provide you with a few. Where to start? Perhaps with Lucy Kirkwood’s faithful, but…

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‘It is a lot all at once, but I do enjoy it.’ – Shawna Hamic & Tom Lowe talk ‘Unfortunate’.

WJQuinnNov 24, 20236 min read

In an ambitious collision of Disney magic and irreverent humour, the upcoming musical parody ‘Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch’ promises to redefine the narrative you thought…

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Review: The Mongol Khan – London Coliseum

WJQuinnNov 21, 20238 min read

★★★★★ Mongolian Epic, The Mongol Khan arrives in London with all the lavish national majesty of an Olympic opening ceremony and a story fit for the grandest of tragic opera.…

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