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Thursday, March 22, 2018

Review

Fast-paced comedy Coalition about the downfall of a political leader delights Islington's Pleasance Theatre
Reporter Rachael Getzels sampled some new-wave folk music in Clerkenwell
Emily Wight reviews the latest play at The Kings Head Theatre
Someone to Blame at the King’s Head dramatises the case of Sam Hallam, who has been in prison for seven years on the count of murder. Hallam and his lawyer, friends and family all claim that he has been...
Jenny Stevens attends Classic Album Sunday, a monthly event in Canonbury where a classic album is played in full on vinyl.
The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art is hosting a prestigious collection of Italian modernist works.
Throats is the first play by Gerald Thomas on the UK stage in 33 years and he has gone to the full extreme of free association.
Dave Goodman is converted by comedy at the Union Chapel.
A Thai ladyboy and an American airline pilot take the central roles in a pared-down, powerful modern adaption of Madame Butterfly.
LAUREL and Hardy. The Two Ronnies. Morecambe and Wise. Double acts are a tried and tested recipe. And, in I'll always think of you that way at the Pleasance Theatre, female duo Mackenzie and McGuire prove it's still a...