Reviews

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Dinner at the Twits, The Vaults, London, theatre review

To mark the centenary of Roald Dahl’s birth, theatre company Les Enfants Terribles joined forces with Bompas and Parr to serve up his 1979 children’s book as an immersive theatrical dining experience for adults

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Unfaithful, Found 111, theatre review

Owen McCafferty takes what could have been a hackneyed scenario – middle-aged marriage rocked by the imputation of infidelity – and gives it a raw contemporary twist

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Exposure: The Musical, St James Theatre, review

Mike Dyer, behind Exposure's concept, book, lyrics and music, is a musician who's toured with Thin Lizzy, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Black Sabbath, and made the unlikely transition from stadium rock to British musical theatre

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Lott’s magnetism shines in seedier take on Breakfast at Tiffany’s

She’s famous for her little black dress, but Holly Golightly’s shoes are what you’ve got to worry about filling. Because they’re already firmly occupied in most people’s minds by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 film of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Hoping to shoo her ghost away is Pixie Lott, pop star turned actress, who plays the girl-about-town in American playwright Richard Greenberg’s stage version of Truman Capote’s novella.