Review: My Brother The Robot, Roundhouse Studio Theatre

A surprisingly complex kids show for Christmas, where big modern issues meet slapstick and song

18 Dec 2013

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Review: The Jungle Book, Lion & Unicorn Theatre

The Kipling classic makes for a surprisingly festive afternoon adventure with an excited child

16 Dec 2013

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British Library to host hip-hop Canterbury Tales

New versions of the Wife of Bath, Prioress, Pardoner and Miller’s Tales to be part of a televised broadcast at the British Library this Monday

12 Dec 2013

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Why the plight of pub theatres matters

These small lively halls rekindle the art of story-telling and its relationship to the society from which it springs, argues actor Andrew Strafford-Baker

09 Dec 2013

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Sue Tilley on how the Regent’s Park Estate inspired new high camp show

Cult performer Scottee is back next week with a festive revue, Camp (on the Estate). So he asked his Aunty Sue – Sue Tilley of Lucian Freud’s ‘Benefits Supervisor Resting’ fame – to write a piece for us about a much-loved area now threatened by HS2

05 Dec 2013

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Review: Raving, Hampstead Theatre

Neurotic London parents spend a weekend in Wales in a new play that chimes with those who’ve swapped nightclubs for nannies

13 Nov 2013

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My Brother the Robot: Tall Stories at Roundhouse

A hot new show from the Olivier Award-nominated family theatre production company comes to the Chalk Farm Road venue this Xmas

11 Oct 2013

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Review: Go Live at Lion & Unicorn Theatre

From the haunting to the surreal, our reviewer is spellbound by Go Live, the three week long festival of dance and performance at Kentish Town’s only contemporary arts space

13 Sep 2013

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Lion & Unicorn Theatre to stage Go Live, a three week long dance festival

One of Kentish Town’s best kept cultural secrets promises to put contemporary dance in the spotlight over 21 successive nights, starting September 9

05 Sep 2013

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Why it matters: Pushing comedy boundaries – by Harry Deansway

He’s been up in Edinburgh all August – but this Thursday the local comedian returns for the autumn season of his seminal Shambles night at Aces & Eights in Tufnell Park

02 Sep 2013

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