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Review: The Scouse Snow White

The Scouse Snow White is another perfectly-pitched Royal Court panto. Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without a well-honed cast and crew.

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Review: Frankenstein at the Playhouse

Rona Munro’s new adaptation puts Marh Shelley front and centre. But while it threatens to crackle, Frankenstein is ultimately dead on arrival.

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“UK comedy needs a Black Panther” – Che Burnley on the Alternative Black Comedy Showcase

With three sell-out seasons at Edinburgh, Daliso Chaponda, Vince Atta, Tayo Cousins, Maurice Stewart join the Alternative Black Comedy Showcase in Liverpool

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Review: Amelie

We could all use a some Amelie in our lives – but sometimes less is more.

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Review: Girls Don’t Play Guitars

With help from a stupidly talented cast, Girls Don’t Play Guitars writer Ian Salmon has created a production that has a whiff of the West End about it.

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Review: The Menlove Avenue Murder Mystery

The Menlove Avenue Murder Mystery at the Royal Court is a thoroughly enjoyable modern farce with a real style of its own.

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Review: Scouse Pacific

Lava’s in the air. At least it is in Scouse Pacific, a rejuvenated Royal Court show from 2010 given a dust-off for the next month at the theatre.

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Review: American Idiot

Fans of the band will lap up American Idiot and Tom Milner as Johnny gets Armstrong’s trademark vocals spot on. Those less familiar may be bemused, however.

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