Transit by FLIP Fabrique at Underbelly Festival, London. A review

The slogan of Québécois circus troupe FLIP Fabrique is, ‘we do circus’. But from what I saw at Transit, the show that’s currently playing at…

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Intelligent robots at the Barbican Centre, London. AI: More Than Human – a review

In today’s society, where do humans end, and robots begin? Can computer systems out-think humans, or conjure up works of art more creative and vivid…

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What’s on in London: Summer 2019

Welcome to our What’s on London guide. Here at the Pigeon Pair and Me, we’ve hand-picked some of the best things to do in London,…

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Zippos Circus review – the Magnificent Top Hat at Blackheath, London

*For this Zippo’s Circus review, the company gave us press tickets for The Magnificent Top Hat* Norman Barrett MBE must have seen a lot of…

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Review: The Showstoppers’ Kids Show, Underbelly on the South Bank, London

On Monday, our school holiday got off to an uproarious start. We watched Harry Potter doing a smelly fart in the face of a grumpy…

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Romeo and Juliet: Mad Blood Stirring by Contender Charlie and China Plate at the Albany Theatre, Deptford, London. A review.

“How many times can a man bury a child  before he breaks?” So cried the Friar in Contender Charlie and China Plate’s production of Shakespeare’s…

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The Snowman Peacock Theatre: a review of the Sadlers Wells show, London

Be warned: if you go to an afternoon performance of Raymond Briggs’ The Snowman, at Sadler’s Wells’ Peacock Theatre, you won’t find a reverent audience,…

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Stick Man. The best Christmas family show ever? Our review of the show at Leicester Square Theatre, London

A couple of years back, our little family returned to see Stick Man at the Leicester Square Theatre, London. For the third year in a…

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Matilda the Musical review: top of the class at Cambridge Theatre in London’s West End

Around 90% of the time, stage and film adaptations of excellent books cut. They trim and they chop, weeding out the literary padding that often…

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