Review Round Up: Pinter 7: A Slight Ache/Dumb Waiter, Harold Pinter Theatre

The final double bill in the Jamie Lloyd Company’s Harold Pinter  season is now playing in the West End. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews.   The Telegraph: *** “Even though the finale, neatly pairing the 1958 radio play A Slight Ache with the better known 1957 two-hander The Dumb Waiter, brings things to a less rousing climax than one might have hoped,… Read More

Review Round Up: All is True

Kenneth Branagh’s latest film focuses on the final year’s of  Shakespeare’s life. Here is what critics have had to say about it…  The Independent: **** “Kenneth Branagh and Ben Elton might have played fast and loose with the truth, but they have created something bold and contemporary.” Irish Times: **** “There has never before been an oddity quite like this agreeable film.” Empire Online: *** “this is a contemplative drama, with more talking than conflict… Read More

Review Round Up: Home, I’m Darling, Duke of York’s Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Laura Wade’s  play which has transferred to the West End.  The Reviews Hub: **** “Once again, Wade lulls us into a false sense of security before turning things dark – a very enjoyable experience.” Time Out: **** ” Judy is superbly brought to life by Katherine Parkinson. She juicily rolls all the comic potential out of Wade’s dialogue, while suggesting the ever-present panicky fear… Read More