Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Can Norwich City break their Craven Cottage hex?

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Can Norwich City break their Craven Cottage hex?

The winless streak at the West London Theatre of Canaries Nightmares now stretches beyond 30 years. Five former City managers have tried to break the hex: Bruce Rioch, Nigel Worthington, Paul Lambert, Chris Hughton and Neil Adams. The closest any of them ...

EastEnders star Riley Carter Millington on his role in hard-hitting new LGBT play ‘Safe’

I’m an actor, I can play cisgendered. ‘Safe’ will first be performed at London Theatre Workshop tonight (17 October) until the 22 October. Tickets are still available via the website, £15.

Sir Cameron celebrates 70th with a Flash, Bang, Wallop

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Ragtime 'is an absorbing and heartfelt musical' - London Theatre 1


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Ragtime 'is an absorbing and heartfelt musical'
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Ragtime musical The Charing Cross Theatre stage looked crowded even as the audience was still filing in, with a number of musical instruments taking up much of the available space. The cast of Ragtime is, I daresay, kept on their toes by constraints of ...
Ragtime review at Charing Cross Theatre – 'a knockout production'The Stage
Photo Flash: Charing Cross Theatre's RAGTIME Opens in LondonBroadway World
Ragtime: An energetic, moving narrative fit for contemporary timesEast London and West Essex Guardian Series

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3 Years, 1 week and a Lemon Drizzle at Exmouth Market Theatre - London Theatre 1


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3 Years, 1 week and a Lemon Drizzle at Exmouth Market Theatre
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3 Years, 1 Week and a Lemon Drizzle Opening the inaugural Tellit Festival, 3 Years, 1 Week and a Lemon Drizzle is Alexandra Donnachie's autobiographical account of her battle with an eating disorder and the effects it has on her family, in particular ...


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