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Review: Peter Pan Goes Wrong

Review: Peter Pan Goes Wrong

Arts, theatre
I have never watched a play this terrible in my entire life. There were multiple technical issues, one actor clearly didn't know a single line, and the set kept falling apart. And it just kept getting worse... Words: Keziah Leary. Subeditor: Julia Tsilman ★★★★☆ Apollo Theatre, Mischief Theatre Company   Fortunately though, this was exactly what I wanted from Peter Pan Goes Wrong. To put it simply, it was perfectly imperfect. The Olivier and WhatsOnStage award winning company, Mischief Theatre return with their new hilarious play, Peter Pan Goes Wrong. Anyone who's seen their award winning show, The Play That Goes Wrong, will know exactly what to expect from the show - plenty of blunders, disasters and bizarre characters. The unexpected mistakes are what really makes the
Nominations Announced For The 16th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards

Nominations Announced For The 16th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards

Arts, theatre
Today the WhatsOnStage Awards nominations have been announced. Nominees include Benedict Cumberbatch, Judi Dench, Bradley Cooper and Nicole Kidman. And who else? Find out with our list of all the nominees. Words: Keziah Leary, Subeditor: Tenelle Ottley-Matthew You've been nominating for the past month and now the WhatsOnStage team have announced the nominations for the 16th annual awards. Fingers crossed some of your favourite actors and shows have been nominated, and it is now you're chance to vote once again, this time for the winners of the awards. To vote you can visit the WhatsOnStage awards website, where you can also buy tickets to the star-studded ceremony which will take place on the 21st February next year. But for now, read on below for all the nominees.   Best
Theatre What’s On: December

Theatre What’s On: December

Arts, theatre
Check out the latest theatre shows opening this month with our guide to the absolute must-sees of December. Words: Keziah Leary, Subeditor: Costanza Maraffio Dr Seuss's The Lorax Opens: 2nd December Location: Old Vic Theatre Tickets: from £7.50 Why you should see it: For a lighthearted family friendly Christmas treat, visit the Old Vic to watch the Dr Seuss classic story. With songs, puppets and jokes, it's a pantomime without all the cringe worthy moments. Ticket prices start at £7.50 which is an absolute steal! No reason not to go, really. Friday afternoon distraction takes the form of #TheLorax rehearsal photos by @guardian https://t.co/mbRmhO3zrj pic.twitter.com/XqnNZoKrmE — The Old Vic Theatre (@oldvictheatre) November 27, 2015 Peter Pan Goes Wrong Opens: 4th Decembe
Does Digital Technology Have A Place In The Theatre?

Does Digital Technology Have A Place In The Theatre?

Arts, Have you heard, Tech, theatre
In light of Wonder.land at the National Theatre, we look at the advantages and disadvantages of using digital technology in a theatre show. Cerys is joined in the studio for a live debate with our very own theatre expert, Keziah and tech expert, Corey. Words and Audio: Keziah Leary You can discover more about Wonder.land with our exclusive interview here.
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