Monday 06th December

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‘Impossible’ at Noel Coward Theatre: an astounding magical mystery for all the family

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The mind blowing magical spectacular that is Impossible has returned to Noel Coward Theatre for a limited period until 27th August 2016. 

Samm Abbott went along to an early performance for What’s On London and, despite getting dragged up on stage, enjoyed herself immensely.  Despite being slightly gimmicky at times, with some of the world’s best illusionists, conjurers, escapologists, mind readers and magicians on stage, this family-friendly event is destined to astound.

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Category: Comedy
Gyuri Sarossy and Kirsty Besterman
Gyuri Sarossy and Kirsty Besterman

Tonight at 8.30 @ Richmond Theatre

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Ways and Means

Initially warring factions in a not-so-typical marriage make for some scintillating scenes. Hilarious for its own sake, you laugh along and forget why you’re laughing. The stridency of the entire cast is undoubtedly indebted to the genius of Noël Coward – easily on par with Wilde – like watching a Victoria Wood sketch cranked-up to the nth degree. Thank you English Touring Theatre for the rediscovery. Gyuri Sarossy as the husband is fierce and manic; Kirsty Besterman as the wife, sharp and sassy. Shereen Martin as Elena is just great. Coward’s catty and sometimes nasty dialogue is ever ripe for the picking. Or the pickling – juicy and sour as a cocktail cucumber. Brilliantly modern, an effective commentary on capitalism, then as now. For money drives quite literally.

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Category: Comedy