The Book of Mormon @ Prince of Wales Theatre | Booking until 14th December | £27.50-£72.50
Fresh from his critical mauling of one of the best shows in the West End, To Do List sent Marcus “There are five stars?” Hessenberg, to see some obscure show that no-one seems to be talking about at all…
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Apollo Theatre | Booking until 31st August | £12-£85
To Do List sent documentary and portrait photographer (and occasional To Do List culture vulture), Marcus Hessenberg, to see the Apollo Theatre transfer of the National Theatre’s acclaimed production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. And he filed a review.
Here at To Do List HQ, we pride ourselves on bringing you the best offbeat theatre events in London – and these two beauties are no exception!
We hate writing bad reviews, so we’re delighted to say that both Dreamthinkspeak’s ‘In The Beginning Was The End’ & Robert Lepage’s ‘Playing Cards: Spades’ were BLOODY BRILLIANT!
A Clockwork Orange | Soho Theatre | ✮✮✮✮✮
Dick Whittington and his Cat | Hackney Empire | ✮✮✮✮✮
Slava’s Snowshow | Southbank Centre | ✮✮✮✮✮
Midnight’s Pumpkin | Battersea Arts Centre | ✮✮✮✮✮
Viva Forever | Piccadilly Theatre | ✮✮✮✮
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★★★★ Taboo @ Brixton Clubhouse | September 6 – December 23
To Do List headed to Brixton at the weekend to catch the site-specific revival of Taboo at the Brixton Clubhouse.
To Do List took one for the team, and headed up to the opening weekend of the Edinburgh Fringe 2012 to find out what’s hot!
So, yeah, we thought we should let you know all the amazing stuff that’s on our To Do List for this weekend – tick off a few of these, and you’ll be a very happy monkey!
Article by Heidi Mace Any world in which this scene can happen makes me happy. That is: a pooch in a T-Rex costume, next to a pair of size 11 stilettos. Happy days. This is The Canine Games at Bethnal Green…
This is the first in a series of rather amazing insider insights into London from some great characters amongst the throng of the big smoke. Here Rupert Smith talks about his favourite eateries, events, Boris Bikes and reveals his London…