Review of ‘Of Mice and Men’:”To move, you need to hurt”
Jon Steinbeck’s literary classic relives on the British stage through this new adaptation directed by Iqbal Khan. Guillermo Nazara shares his thoughts on this world-premiered production playing at Birmingham’s Rep until next month, to let us know more about a show where death and compassion stand for the same thing.
Review of ‘Eugenius!’: “This world’s for the dreamers”
The most acclaimed superhero musical in the galaxy returns to London to save the earthlings through song, dance and a lot of camp. Guillermo Nazara shares his thoughts on this nostalgic show paying homage to 80s pop culture, to let us know about its powers and weaknesses upon his attendance to the secret headquarters.
Review of ‘BLACK SUPERHERO’: “When sex f*cks principles up”
Desire, drugs and lust intertwine in this emotional roller coaster questioning the meanings of love and relationships. Guillermo Nazara reviews this original new play upon his attendance to its world premiere, to share his thoughts about a show where fantasy becomes the rawest depiction of reality.
Review of ‘Accidental Death of an Anarchist’: “Life is a farce”
Dario Fo’s acclaimed 70s comedy relives through this modernized adaptation starring BAFTA-winning actor and comedian Daniel Rigby. Guillermo Nazara shares his vision on this new production running at the Lyric Hammersmith only until next month, to let us know if the show deserves to be the laughing stock in town.
Review of ‘Marjorie Prime’: “Don’t say we weren’t warned about the Metaverse”
Jordan Harrison’s acclaimed play lands in London in a new production directed by Dominic Dromgoole and featuring a star-studded cast. Guillermo Nazara shares his thoughts on this work dealing with the fragility of modern relationships, to let us know what awaits in this futuristic tale depicting our present.
Review of ‘Sylvia’: “You don’t fight hatred with more hatred”
London’s new historical musical continues to strike at the Old Vic’s stage through its revised telling of the suffragette movement. Guillermo Nazara reviews this original piece that’s become one of the latest talks of the town, to let us know if the commotion is worth the hype.
Review of ‘Good Day’: “Reworks can be refreshing”
The Vault Festival presents this week a new sci-fi play reflecting about the core principles of humanity. Guillermo Nazara shares his thoughts about the show, to let us know more about this piece where death is only the starting point of life.
Review of ‘The Great British Bake Off Musical’: “The proof is in the pudding”
One of the most anticipated shows of the season made its West End debut last night, in a star-studded event supporting a legendary cast-filled production. Guillermo Nazara reviews this new original music based on one the most successful realities in British television, to let us know if this sweet attempt has turned out to be…
Review of ‘Someone of Significance’: “The journey is yet to begin”
Last week, the Network Theatre hosted the world premiere of Amalia Kontensi’s new play, starring film and television regulars Simon Bass and Fuonlola Olunfuwa. Guillermo Nazara shares his thoughts about the piece, to let us know what‘s in store in this tale where the love for somebody else clashes with the love for your own…
Review of ‘Oklahoma!’: “Change in all things is bittersweet”
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s revolutionary masterpiece comes back to the West End in an unconventional production following its first Broadway and Young Vic runs. Guillermo Nazara reviews this original take on the ageless classic, to let us know what’s new in one of the most popular and performed shows of all time.