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pass the dutchy 12:21 Sun Jun 19
Theatre review - saving you money and time
The Spoils

Starring Jesse the cunt who fucked up lex Luther
The Indian geeza off Big Bang
Alfie my cocks been cut off Allen
And two smug yank bints.

Fuck me what a load of old shite, with a pointless storyline, worst ending to a play ever, and piss poor narrative.

Fucking avoid. People left in the interval. People actually didn't clap at the end. One person even booed, which I don't ever remember happening at a show before I have been to.

It's about a yank with issues who lives with a bloke from Nepal, and ermmm oh who cares. What a cunt of a play.

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riosleftsock 2:06 Mon Jun 20
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Gavros 2:57 Sun Jun 19

Agree about the 39 steps. Fucking superb.

Trevor B 1:10 Mon Jun 20
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Ernie

I loved the book and was amazed by how good the production was to take it to stage, some very inventive ideas.

AKA ERNIE 1:07 Mon Jun 20
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Trevor b agree mate was superb

Trevor B 12:12 Mon Jun 20
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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - absolutely superb production, some out standing performances. One of the best plays I have seen in many years.

Grumpster 11:53 Mon Jun 20
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defjam 1:19 Sun Jun 19

Bird at work loved it so much she booked up again the next day.

Guess it depends on whether or not you like the music, as she wasn't keen on Jersey Boys which I thought was the bollocks.

Hermit Road 9:43 Sun Jun 19
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I didn't realise that.

park chan wook 9:43 Sun Jun 19
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@hermit
As that plays run finished as I wanted to see that.

Hermit Road 9:37 Sun Jun 19
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Last play I saw was People, Places and Things. It was excellent.

The Udderbelly looks a bit hot to me under that plastic roof. Have they got air con in there?

pass the dutchy 9:28 Sun Jun 19
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I recommend just getting tickets to a show at the udderbelly purple cow on the southbank.

Knightmare live was very funny if you loved the show as a kid.

Tomshardware 3:31 Sun Jun 19
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Can't remember the last play I saw.

park chan wook 3:23 Sun Jun 19
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A couple of months ago I went to see Wonder.land a modern twist on the Alice in wonderland story music written by Blurs very own Damian all-Bran. The story was very credible about yoot of today getting lost in online world. Great use of cgi along with normal scenery, and I loved the music too, 8/10.

Gavros 2:57 Sun Jun 19
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Motown: good music, slightly dull in between 6/10

Carol King one: much the same 6/10

Sunny afternoon: 8/10

Let it be: great simply because of the catalogue 8/10

Best thing I've seen in past couple of years: Ghost Stories

Best of still what's on: 39 steps. Great comedy.

wrighty 2:14 Sun Jun 19
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Sunny afternoon was class

defjam 1:19 Sun Jun 19
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AG!

I'm going to see Motown a week on Monday, can you let me know what that's like?

Thanks in advance.

Mad Dog 12:35 Sun Jun 19
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Book of Mormon is STILL the only show I've ever seen that wasn't shite

mallard 12:24 Sun Jun 19
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Did you find this review helpful?

Takashi Miike 12:22 Sun Jun 19
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hahaha





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