Description:Magazine on London and UK theatre productions.
Newest Review: ... I suppose is understandable, but is a problem for those of us who live elsewhere in the country. However, I still get a lot ... more
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by - written on 08/02/01, updated on 08/02/01 (Very useful, 69 readings)
This is the only theatre magazine I've found for sale. As far as I know, it's on subscription only - ask at your local theatre. It's definitely available in London theatres as part of the show programmes as I discovered it when at Les Miserables in London a few months ago. The magazine definitely concentrates on London shows, which I suppose is understandable, but is a problem for those of us who live elsewhere in the country. However, I still get a lot from the articles, which can include interviews with theatre actors, restaurant reviews and a look at what theatre directors are doing. There are also some nice humorous pieces on the likes of noisy ... Read the complete review
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