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'The most disturbing thing I've ever seen' – will the new...

Four months. It’s been four months since Tom Hooper debuted his vision for the film adaptation of Cats. Four months of waking ourselves...

The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps review – fiendish verses and...

Murray Lachlan Young is a born storyteller – even his name has a satisfying rhythm. Young’s sinister saga The Mystery of the Raddlesham...

Thursford Christmas Spectacular review – a sugar rush of festive cheer

I close my eyes and can see only sequins. In a field in Norfolk, every inch of an old barn is covered in...

Rob Beckett review – class-based laughs from a cheeky chappie

Some marry for love, some for money, and some – you would be forgiven for thinking – for reliable standup material. Rob Beckett,...

The week in theatre: Mary Poppins; Murder in the Cathedral; Much...

Mary Poppins can be relied upon to return. We have watched her neat figure ascending skywards holding the umbrella with the green parrot’s...

The Sleeping Beauty; Rambert Event review – total ballerina focus and...

The Royal’s Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty goes down as easy as a violet cream-filled fondant. An unreconstructed, full-corps pageant complete with tiny pageboys...