West End Wilma – Review Round-Up

Take a look at all the shows that have been reviewed over the past week on westendwilma.com … REVIEW: Russian Dolls (King’s Head Theatre) ★★★★ Russian Dolls was shortlisted for the Bruntwood Prize in 2013 before winning the Adrian Pagan award last year. Based on the real-life story of an Islington version of Hilda, Kate Lock’s […]

REVIEW: I LOVED LUCY (Jermyn Street Theatre)

Lucille Ball, the sitcom duchess of the 50’s was known for her excellence in physical comedy, her ability to make the implausible seem possible and as the scatter brained wannabe in her and her husband’s sitcom, ‘I Love Lucy’. But what was she really like? Although one of the American sweethearts during the golden age […]

REVIEW: THE CAUSE (Jermyn Street Theatre)

In 1964 Oxford, a Hungarian artist collapses when hearing gun shots whilst painting a portrait. His left side remains paralysed although there is nothing physically wrong with him. Unable to paint, Sandor consults a psychotherapist who succeeds in uncovering a 50-year old secret. In 1914 four young idealistic artists in Budapest vow to restore independence […]

Adam Long – Satan Sings Mostly Sondheim

For those who may not be familiar with you work, can you tell me about yourself and some of your career highlights? I was one of the founding members of the Reduced Shakespeare Company and directed the London production in 1996, for which we received an Olivier Award nomination. I left the alternative RSC ten […]

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