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‘Filled with warmth & passion’: LIZA PULMAN: THE HEART OF IT – The Other Palace ★★★★★

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Liza Pulman’s show is as much a musical education as it is an entertaining and gentle evening of entertainment. Filled with warmth and passion, it is always a treat to listen to Liza Pulman performing. Her precision and deep understanding of the songs that she is performing, combined with the way in which she naturally […]

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‘Each performance is sharply refined’: Ghosted: Another F***ing Christmas Carol – The Other Palace ★★★

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A Christmas Carol is of course a tradition at Christmas time and I defy anyone who doesn’t get to see at least one production at this time of year and there are certainly many different interpretations and adaptations to be experienced in London this year. Ghosted at The Other Palace is the most contemporary and adult humoured (as the title itself suggests) that I certainly have experienced yet.

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‘Delivers a rollicking good time’: MILLENNIALS – The Other Palace ★★★

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What I can safely say about Millennials at The Other Palace is that Elliot Clay has produced a collection of irresistible musical earworms, some rousing, some boppy, a couple reflective, all fiendishly catchy, performed by a sensational sextet of musical theatre talents who shine like stars and sell the material for all it’s worth, and then some.

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‘Ultimately a feel-good show’: REPUTATION – The Other Palace ★★★

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Despite the plot holes, this is a charming musical that has potential. This might be the first outing for Alick Glass’s 1930’s set musical but there is still plenty of potential to be found in it despite the flaws in the plot and number of songs included in it. Taking place in 1935, Michelle is… Read More