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PHOTOS: How the Ghost About the House keeps his cool at the King’s Head

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How do you keep cool on a hot summer night in an un-airconditioned Off-West End theatre? Luckily, for some of the cast of Ghost About the House, the script of Matthew Campling’s new comedy just opened at the King’s Head Theatre requires them to spend much of the 90 minutes in their underpants…

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A Curmudgeon’s Guide to Christmas Round Robin Letters – Hope Theatre

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A sadness that is at first unspoken, then as the letters they read take a poignant turn – revealing a year’s worth of bad news in some cases – their melancholy bleeding out to force them to reflect on their own lives, their own experiences. At just an hour, this is done with a light touch but still manages a gut-punching level of emotion.

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FEATURED SHOW: Dario Coates in punk-rock play SID, ★★★★★ reviews are in!

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Have you seen the myriad five- and four-star reviews for our Featured Show, the London transfer of Leon Fleming’s punk-rock one-man play SID, which continues its limited season at Above The Arts Theatre until next Saturday, following a UK tour. Here are a selection of some of our favourite review quotes.

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SID – Above The Arts Theatre

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Caroline Hanks-FarmerLeave a Comment

Theatre and it’s purpose are very much objective. Whether you view theatre as a form of pure entertainment or an effective tool for education or maybe even somewhere in the vast space between the two, theatre should always be appreciated. You may be a theatregoer who is drawn to spectacular musicals or you may only be drawn to intellectual, thought-provoking theatre. Whatever your stance is, appreciation of all theatre is vital.