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Matt Wolf

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Matt is London theatre critic of The International New York Times (formerly The International Herald Tribune) and London correspondent for the broadway.com website; he spent 21 years as London arts and theatre critic for the Associated Press and over 13 years as Variety's UK drama critic. He has been on the judging panel of the Evening Standard Theatre Awards since 2009.

Articles By Matt Wolf

To Olivia review - Keeley Hawes rises above brainless biopic

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Penguin Bloom, Netflix review - stirringly acted if sentimental

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Blithe Spirit review - cloth-eared Coward

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Best of 2020: Theatre

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A Christmas Carol, Old Vic online review - the bells have it once again

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A Christmas Carol, Dominion Theatre review - brash and bustling and snowy, too

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I'm Your Woman review - what's happening, indeed?

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The Dumb Waiter, Hampstead Theatre review - menace without a hint of mirth

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The Prom review - merry Meryl in middling musical

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GHBoy, Charing Cross Theatre review - drugs and sex but no rock 'n' roll

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Uncle Frank review - well-acted but painfully contrived

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No Hard Feelings review - tough-minded yet tender

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Words on Bathroom Walls review - well-meaning but glib

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Death of England: Delroy, National Theatre review - a furious if fleetingly seen sequel

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Nine Lives, Bridge Theatre review - engaging if slim finale to ambitious solo season

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The Lie review - icily intriguing until it isn't

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Joseph Andras: Tomorrow They Won't Dare to Murder Us re...

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Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Hung Parliament review – ch...

I’ll admit, I’ve never been a fan of murder mysteries. Patience is...

Album: Alice Cooper - Detroit Stories

A decade ago, Alice Cooper reconnected with his roots. He created a sequel to his 1975 album Welcome to my Nightmare with Bob Ezrin, the...

Rachel Parris and Marcus Brigstocke's Tuesday Night Clu...

Lockdown has been mostly pants for live performers, comics included. There was that brief foray into open-air performances last summer, made even...

Sean Shibe, Wigmore Hall online review - persuasive and poig...

Returning to the Wigmore Hall for another socially distanced concert, Edinburgh-born...

theartsdesk Q&A: actor and comedian Andi Osho on her deb...

In her 15-year career, Plaistow-born Andi Osho has worked in theatre, TV and stand-up, and is the only contestant to have won Celebrity...

Barnes' People, Original Theatre Company online review...

The four monologues that make up Barnes’ People were filmed in the grand surroundings of the Theatre Royal, Windsor, and that venue's...

Tony and the Young Artists, Royal Opera/Liebeslieder Waltzes...

Young performers seeking platforms for their careers have had it especially rough over...

Karla Suárez: Havana Year Zero review - maths, phones and my...

Havana, 1993. Far away, the fall of the Soviet empire has suddenly stripped Fidel Castro’s...