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lime Reviews: Theatre
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Little Baby Jesus, Oval House Theatre

Let's cut to the chase, this play is an absolute gem and must be seen. 

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Takeaway, Theatre Royal Stratford East

Theatre Royal Stratford East has produced fun and feisty black British musicals that transferred to the West End with The Big Life, and The Harder They Come.

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Fela

After a sell out run at the National Theatre, Sadler’s Wells is a natural second home to stage the musical FELA!

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Respect La Diva

Respect La Diva burst onto the Garrick theatre’s stage with live dancers and lead performers with a collaboration of bright lights, vocals and a live band.

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One Monkey Don't Stop No Show

Jocelyn Jee Esien plays uptight socialite Myra

 

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Ghost The Musical, Piccadilly Theatre

Sharon D Clarke has been tapped as the ‘Show Stealer’ in Ghost The Musical, the latest silver screen phenomenon to have its characters tread the boards in the land of musical theatre. 

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Death and the Maiden, Harold Pinter theatre

My heart was in my throat when I left Harold Pinter Theatre after being gripped by Chilean playwright Ariel Dorfman’s classic 1990 play Death and the Maiden. 

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Wah Wah Girls

In this brand new British Bollywood musical I was definitely prepared for a glitzy production with plenty of song and dance;

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Ragtime

Lime Magazine were invited down to Regents Park’s Open Air Theatre to see early twentieth century America come back to life!

 

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Julius Caesar Shakespeare

On the 15th August Lime Magazine were kindly invited down to the Noel Coward theatre to watch Julius Caesar as part of the World Shakespeare Festival.

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Once

When a friend invited me to accompany her to the theatre, I was in no mind to pass up an opportunity to join. Totally uneducated about the production we were off to see, I am pleased to say that though I was yet to hear about it, I thoroughly enjoyed myself. 

 

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Glasgow Girls

A family is ripped from their home in a high-rise flat in Drumchapel and driven away in the middle of the night to be deported. . .

 
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Othello

I headed down to the National theatre to see one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies - Othello. 

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The epic adventure of Nhamo the Manyika Warrior

The epic adventure of Nhamo the Manyika Warrior written by Denton Chikura.  

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The Royale

Following the success of Cush Jumbo’s Josephine and I the Bush Theatre once again brings to life the contemporary legacy of an American cultural icon.

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Robin Hood

Theatre Royal Stratford always a warm and welcoming cocoon during the festive season. Rarely disappoints and Panto is a production it has to be said, Theatre Royal Stratford smashes.   

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Ma Raineys Black Bottom

By August Wilson.Directed by Dominic CookeChicago,1927. In a recording studio on the city’s South Side, a battle of wills is raging.