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Glory Ride tells an incredible true story with memorable songs, strong characterisation, and lots of gusto. We predict a bright future for this unknown contender, which plays at Charing Cross Theatre through July. Go see it.

Sasha Doleman & panel, reviewing
GLORY RIDE

Slick, sonically pleasing, and delivering Motown hit after Motown hit, fans of The Temptations will undoubtedly enjoy Ain't Too Proud. Everyone else should prepare for a well-staged and choreographed concert without much substance.

Matt Farrell & panel, reviewing
AIN'T TOO PROUD

A Little Life inflicts upon the audience trauma after trauma with no respite, artistry, or original thought. The staging and the performances are heartfelt, and for this reason, we give A Little Life 2 stars. 

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Gemma Nariji & panel, reviewing
A LITTLE LIFE

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