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Audio theatre review: A View From The Bridge, Young Vic

Here, in the latest of my theatre audioboos, I review Ivo Van Hove’s stripped down production of Arthur Miller’s famous one act tragedy – A View From The Bridge. Mark Strong and Nicola Walker lead the cast in what is one of the best pieces of theatre in 2014.

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Latest articles on Broadway World

I’ve been busy breaking news for BWW:UK

Do catch up on my behind the scenes piece from the gala performance of One Man, Two Guvnors, exclusive Amanda Holden news and my interview with Michael Ball.

 

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Michael Ball at Spamalot – Interview for BWW:UK

Interview with Michael Ball after his cameo as God at Spamalot. Read full details at BWW:UK

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Edinburgh Fringe Audio Diary: Day five, 14 August 2013

It’s my last day at the fringe and my final audio diary. This is a brilliant festival, and even if you have just a passing interest in theatre, comedy or the arts you really need to make a visit.

Fuller reviews are available at Broadway World.

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Edinburgh Fringe Audio Diary: Day Four, 13 August 2013

Here’s day four. No live appearances this time, but more nudity, boys in pants and sketch comedy including Disney and Les Miserables – what’s not to love.

Read full reviews on Broadway World.

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Audio Diary: Day Three, August 12 2013

Day three of my fringe audio diary and what a day it was. Listen on for reviews of semi-naked Rubik’s cube solving adonises and my on-stage debut as the hapless dungeoneer in Knightmare Live.

You can read fuller reviews at broadwayworld.com

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Audio Diary: Day two, August 11 2013

Here’s day 2 – a day of five shows and complete contrasts. Some brilliant theatre, some engaging comedy and a good old fashioned stinker. Please leave comments, recommendations and reactions below.

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Audio Diary: Day one – August 10 2013

I’m spending 6 days in Edinburgh reviewing for Broadwayworld.com. Each day I’ll do an Audioboo round-up of the highs and lows of the fabulous festival. Here’s Saturday’s diary:

As usual, comments and feedback greatly appreciated. Also please do send any recommendations – I’m here ’til the 15th.

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Audio Theatre Review: Darling of the Day (Union Theatre, Southwark)

It’s been a long time, but decided to get back into the habit of doing these. Some big shows coming up in the next few days, but first a fringe revival of a 1968 Broadway flop.

 

Darling of the Day runs at the Union Theatre until 20 April. Tickets cost £19.50 (concessions £17.50).

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Audio theatre review: The Effect – National Theatre (London)

So my crazy November of theatre continues. I was lucky enough to see a preview of Lucy Prebble and Rupert Goold’s The Effect at the Cottesloe at the National Theatre.

To summarise this review in one word: Wow. Here are my thoughts…

In a nutshell: you need to see this show.