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When my friend asked me what we were going to see I could only splutter “er…gay men”. It is about far more than gay men, Bill Rosenfield’s play is a look at another time, another planet compared to attitudes now, but ultimately a tale about desire and finding yourself within your sexual identity.

First created in 2009 and closing out its fifth UK tour at Peacock Theatre, Motionhouse's high-octane dance circus, Scattered, is a visual delight which does not disappoint. Performed on a “vertiginous sloping wall" Kevin Finnan's chromatic journey traverses the globe from pole to pole via a changing visual palate, exploring our relationship with water.

Unreserved seating. It's fairly uncommon, but it does crop up now and then and it always leaves me feeling a bit unsettled. So here are some pros and cons, and why I think that unreserved seating is more chaotic than it is refreshing.

This is one new show I had been particularly excited for, although predominantly due to the fact my favourite leading lady Dianne Pilkington was starring. Though bias aside, something about Whisper House had me highly intrigued.

I may have said spring has sprung last month, that was a lie. May is all about the lambs, the daffodils and, to be honest, the start of the summer theatre season. It is a busy month so I will narrow the best of May’s offerings.

Now in its ninth year, the Musical Comedy Award finals took place at The Lyric Theatre on 10th April, where ten finalists battled it out for the ultimate comedy crown.

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