#Ending the Silence review – ‘there is nothing quite like it’

Joel Stanley reccomends a captivating performance and an unmissable experience

Pinocchio review – “a visual and acoustic marvel”

Charles Britton was impressed with the thoughtful alterations and expansions to Walt Disney’s beloved classic

The Oxford Imps at the Fringe review: ‘High energy and entertaining’

Izzy Smith couldn't stop laughing at this silly but witty improvised comedy show

The Jungle review- ‘an incredible, heart-wrenching story’

Lucy Miles is left awe-struck and moved by the story of a Refugee camp in the Young Vic's new play, The Jungle

Summer and Smoke Review – ‘re-staged inventively, but unpretentiously’

Rebecca Frecknall's musical re-imagining of William's play at the Almeida is dazzling

The C-Bomb review – ‘the perfect antidote for those mid-term blues’

Delphine Chalmers is charmed by this self-assured, intelligent, and funny piece of student writing

Intruder and Seven Princesses review -‘Twisted and ghoulish delight’

Charles Britton is won over by the plays' disturbing horror

Walk Like Natives review – ‘A flash-mob blending into the crowd’

A secret piece of theatre, taking place in central London, is a pure celebration of joy.

I Slept In These Clothes review – ‘comics to look out...

Fenella Sentance is thoroughly entertained by the dynamic of Verity Babbs and Chloe Jacob's comedy duo

‘Volpone’ review – “Overdone accents but an otherwise fantastic production”

Amelia Coen enjoys Seeing Hand Production's witty Blackpool update of Johnson's satire

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