sat 10/12/2022

Gary Naylor

Articles By Gary Naylor

Saturday Night Fever, Peacock Theatre review - crowd-pleaser stays true to its roots

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Broken Wings, Charing Cross Theatre review - new musical fails to fly

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Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story, Jermyn Street Theatre review - True Crime musical gets West End showcase

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David Suchet - Poirot And More, A Retrospective, Harold Pinter Theatre review - the much-loved actor looks back

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The Tiger Lillies' Christmas Carol: A Victorian Gutter, Southbank Centre review - cult band get inside Scrooge's head

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The Good Life, Richmond Theatre review - popular sitcom gets its own origin story

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A Christmas Carol, The Old Vic review - not quite a festive-season cracker

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Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Charing Cross Theatre review - Tony-winning play checks out Chekhov

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Footfalls & Rockaby, Jermyn Street Theatre review - Beckett up close and personal

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Milk and Gall, Theatre 503 review - motherhood in the age of Trump

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The Choir Of Man, Arts Theatre review - old school hits in an old school pub

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The Magician's Elephant, Royal Shakespeare Theatre review - family musical doesn't fully deliver

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Vanara, Hackney Empire review - fine singing, but a plodding book and one-pitch score in this new musical

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What If If Only, Royal Court review - short if not sweet

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Back to the Future: The Musical, Adelphi Theatre review - a spectacular West End show to delight fans old and new

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The Last Five Years, Garrick Theatre review - bittersweet musical treat gets West End upgrade

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