Doctor Faustus at the Shakespeare Globe Theatre, by Zelda Desprats-Colonna

The Shakespeare Globe Theatre presents this summer 2011, and for the first time in this place; the play by Christopher Marlowe ‘Doctor Faustus’.
Written in 1590, played for the first time in 1594 & 1597 and published in 1604; after the death of the author.
Figure of a German folk tale of the sixteenth century, Faust, weary and disappointed by his scholar’s research made a pact with Mephistopheles, servant of the devil. He offers his soul in exchange for 24 years of pleasure and knowledge….

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Oz on the West End, Hayley Alice Roberts

You’ve gotta go there to come back- Oz on the West End, Hayley Alice Roberts

So I am shattered, I have just endured a gruelling bus journey from Aberystwyth to London and Vice Versa in the space of a day…and was it worth it?! HELL YES!! Andrew Lloyd Webber’s brand new adaptation of “The Wizard of Oz” was outstanding amongst many other things.

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Ghost-The Musical, Hayley Alice Roberts

I went to London on Monday night in order to attend a performance of the spectacularly beautiful “Ghost-The Musical” at the Piccadilly Theatre.
The Musical is based on the Paramount Pictures film “Ghost” (1990) starring Patrick Swayze (as Sam Wheat), Demi Moore (as Molly Jensen) and Whoopi Goldberg (as Oda Mae Brown), it was written by Bruce Joel Rubin and directed by Jerry Zucker of the “Airplane” (1980) films…

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Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Kitty Nelms

Certainly not for the faint of heart, or conservative ‘I wear-a-suit-every-Sunday’ types, Priscilla Queen of the Desert is a West End musical with a difference.

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Avenue Q, by Jo Blackened

Avenue Q, at the Wyndham’s Theatre, London, by Jo Blackened.

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Theatre Review of Psychosis

Psychosis by Sarah Kane
TR Warszawa
23 March 2010 / 19:45
Barbican Theatre

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