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About Site - There Ought to be Clowns is a brilliant place to find reviews of plays, musical theatre, TV and film, describing itself as a “theatrical diary” which actually turns out to be a very accurate description. There Ought to be Clowns is a very carefully thought out theatrical journal, with top notch reviews and a deeper look into both TV and film as well as on stage productions.
About Site - West End Wilma prides herself on being an all-round theatre expert – from in depth and honest reviews to booking tickets online, where to sit and when to go. The blog features articles on interesting topics such as theatre etiquette and advice on booking tickets in various theatres, restricted view seats and what to avoid when trying to pick up budget tickets.
Site - griffintheatre.com.au/blog
10 Nimrod Street Kings Cross
About Site - Located in the heart of Kings Cross—in the historic SBW Stables Theatre—Griffin has been dedicated to bringing the best Australian stories to the stage for the better part of four decades. We’re passionate about theatre that’s written by Australians, about Australians, for Australians to enjoy.
Site - theatre.revstan.com
About Site - Love going to the theatre, here you'll find interviews, reviews, thoughts and experiences from London's theatre scene including big West End plays right down to fringe and pub performances.
Site - everything-theatre.co.uk
About Site - An honest & unpretentious guide to the London theatre scene. Reviews, competitions, features, opinions & podcasts that aim to make theatre appealing to all!
Site - glasgowtheatreblog.com
About Site - The aim of the blog is to publicise and review arts events in Glasgow and the Greater Glasgow area. The best place for news, interviews and reviews of theatre in Glasgow, Scotland and beyond.
Site - theatrecat.com
About Site - “It seemed that honest vivid reviewing was a kind of duty: not merely a service to readers and potential ticket-buyers but to the art of theatre itself.” Written by former Chief Theatre Critic at The Times, Libby Purves, Theatre Cat is a wonderfully tight reviews blog.
London's glittering West End
About Site - Andrew is on sabbatical but Phil is soldiering on to help you decide between the Merlot and the Marlowe and generally putting London's West End theatre to rights
About Site - Authored by Patrick Hurley, an MFA Playwriting Student at UCLA. Working as an Editor at Life In LA. Looking to share his love of theater with everyone.
Site - trendfem.com
London, Notting Hill
About Site - Hi there! My name is Mary and I'm an enthusiastic blogger. I love Opera, Theatre, Art and Dance. Based in London, I run around West End watching great productions, writing posts and reviews about the performances I see.
Site - postcardsgods.blogspot.com
About Site - This brilliant blog from theatre critic Andrew Haydon is one of our immediate go-tos for thoughtful and frequent coverage of innovative theatre, dance and performance across the country, and into Europe.
Site - synonymsforchurlish.com
About Site - Written and compiled by Megan Vaughan. Reading like a post-performance conversation amongst friends at a pub, Megan Vaughan’s blog takes a witty and honest look at theatre.
Site - treehousetheatre.com/blog
About Site - Treehouse Theatre specialise in interactive performances and workshops. We particularly love history and great story-telling. Most of the time we perform in schools, and most of our shows and workshops are educational as well as fun, with sessions for every age group from age 2 upwards.
About Site - Stagecraft Theatre, Nagpur is an English Theatre group founded by Vikash Khurana. We endeavour to tell engaging stories, provide unadulterated entertainment and food for thought, nurture a passion for the art, develop excellence in the craft and take the joy of theatre to ever widening audiences.
Site - culturalshenanigans.co.uk
About Site - Cultural Shenanigans is a blog about theatre in and around Manchester. I really enjoy seeing and writing about less mainstream shows, finding out what’s coming up and sharing the most intriguing productions with as many people as possible. Authored by Laura Maley.
Site - twisitheatreblog.com
Toronto. Halifax. Everywhere.
About Site - The Way I See It is strongly committed to fostering and championing Canadian theatre and to providing a space for the discussion and sharing of perspectives, ideas and perceptions both from within the theatre community and among its varied audiences.