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7 shows to look out for in November: Network, Big Fish, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie & more

In Features, London theatre, Musicals, Native, Plays, Sticky, Ticket recommendations by Emma ClarendonLeave a Comment

What are the big shows opening in November 2017? Here’s Love London Love Culture’s monthly guide to shows opening in London’s West End and Off-West End, including those led by big-name American stars Bryan Cranston, Kelsey Grammar and Christian Slater… Click on links to BUY tickets in the Mates Ticket Shop.

From Pig Farm to Urinetown: Piss and sh*t and sustainability

In Features, Interviews, London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Quotes by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

The play Pig Farm, which is currently receiving its UK premiere at London’s St James Theatre, is written by American Greg Kotis, who also wrote the book for the Urinetown, the musical which also received its UK premiere at the St James before transferring to the West End last year. Attending Pig Farm’s opening last week, […]

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From Pig Farm to Urinetown: Piss and sh*t and sustainability

In Features, Interviews, London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Quotes by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

The play Pig Farm, which is currently receiving its UK premiere at London’s St James Theatre, is written by American Greg Kotis, who also wrote the book for the Urinetown, the musical which also received its UK premiere at the St James before transferring to the West End last year. Attending Pig Farm’s opening last week, […]

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PIG FARM – St James Theatre

In London theatre, Plays, Reviews by Libby PurvesLeave a Comment

“Ohhh Tim, you beautiful filthy boy!” cries Tina the pig-farmer’s discontented wife, succumbing drunkenly to some pan-banging draining-board sex. Filthy he is indeed, though not in the sanitized Fifty-Shades manner: the 17-year-old “work-release” farmhand from the local penitentiary is head to foot in pig-slurry.