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  • Cinderella, but will you have a ball?

    He's baaaaaaack! Justin Fletcher returns to Reading to star in Cinderella. But who needs a glass slipper when a pair of ballet shoes and a balloon bring the house down.

  • Aladdin South Hill Park Braccknell Widow Twankey dancing

    Review: Aladdin at South Hill Park

    Can an old lamp prevent a royal scandal? *Asking for a friend*. No dirty laundry aired here, Aladdin in Bracknell is bubblier than Widow Twankey's hot wash.

  • The Bear Norden Farm Maidenhead Pins and Needles Production bear puppet saying goodbye to Tilly

    Review: The Bear at Norden Farm

    A polar bear puppet delivers the spirit of Christmas while pooing and weeing all over Tilly's house. Alternative, yes, but The Bear, is pure magic.

  • The Watermill Theatre christmas show The prince and The Pauper – prince edward tied up by two sisters

    Review: The Prince & The Pauper

    Like the Duke of York , our Prince & the Pauper hero is locked out of the palace. But will he return to his gilded life? Let's see shall we.

  • Inbetweeners star Joe Thomas as Vincent in Whats In A Name UK Tour

    Muddy review: What’s In A Name?

    Warning! You're entering the dinner party danger zone – and Inbetweeners stars Joe Thomas is the dish of the day. What's In A Name? is hilarious, heated and should come with health warning.

  • Great Expectations stage production south hill park bracknell Miss Havirsham and pip – review

    Review: Great Expectation at South Hill Park

    Great Expectations has been retold a gazillion times. It's a good job South Hill Park's latest production is a darkly innovative take on a Dickens classic.

  • Starring role Audrey Brisson Amelie The Musical

    Review: Amélie The Musical, Reading

    Quirky, creative and a little camp, Amélie, starring Audrey Brisson and Strictly star Danny Mac, is pure escapism – something we could all do with right now.

  • Ten Times Table Rehearsals Theatre Royal Windsor

    Review: Ten Times Table at Windsor

    The mad, bad and dangerous to know are sitting on a committee near you. Alan Ayckbourn's brilliant observational comedy reveals the politics of people sat round a table with brew and biccies.

  • Review: The Exorcist, Windsor

    Forty-six years after it opened in cinemas and following its London stage debut, is The Exorcist must-watch, cult viewing? Read our verdict from the Theatre Royal Windsor's first night.

  • Review: The 39 Steps, Windsor

    Femme fatales will be clutching their pearls in this slim-line parody of the 1935 Hitchcock film, The 39 Steps. It's fast, funny and has a Downton Abbey film star.

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