London’s Cabaret Zingers: 25-31 March

London’s Cabaret Zingers: 25-31 March

Whether you’re posh or poor, there’s something special for you this week.   Alp Haydar’s Final Asylum Seekers Timed to perfection to chime with David Cameron’s latest attempt to shift the political focus onto migrants, Alp Haydar’s...
Review: Peter Straker’s Brel

Review: Peter Straker’s Brel

Here’s a Jamaican singer interpreting the life and works of the Belgian iconoclast and father of the modern chanson, Jacques Brel. Is Peter Straker a great pretender? The first part of Peter Straker’s Brel focuses on telling Jamaican-born Straker’s...
Review: Spymonkey’s Cooped

Review: Spymonkey’s Cooped

A Spaniard, a German and two Brits walk into a theatre. Whatever the joke is, it can’t be as funny as Spymonkey’s Cooped. Aitor Basauri Toby Parks Stefan Kreiss There is no doubt that Spymonkey are a national treasure. Given that the quartet includes a...
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