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Chloé Nelkin 8h
Don't miss your chance to catch 's "engaging, charming and sincere" on until 24 November!
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Charlie Trumpess 12h
There is still time to catch Billy Bishop Goes to War at the Jermyn Street Theatre, London. Read my review of the show on The War Years blog , ,
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StageFaves Nov 11
We're delighted to be working on . This stunning production is at til 24 Nov, directed by . is 'a fitting tribute' indeed. 🎟️
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Proud Haddock Nov 11
all future generations to come. “At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.” (3/3)
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Proud Haddock Nov 11
freedom and way of life we enjoy today that can so easily be taken for granted. When the last survivor passed away in 2014, it became incumbent on every storyteller from far and wide to keep their flame alive for this generation and (2/2)
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Proud Haddock Nov 11
As Proud Haddock’s War Season has an appropriate day off this 11 November, we would like to say how privileged we feel to be making our own small contribution through our work to honour all of those individuals who laid down their lives for the (1/1)
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Proud Haddock Nov 10
Thanks David. Congrats on the prize and so glad you enjoyed the show!
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Everything Theatre Nov 10
's ★★★★ - 'A ripping yarn based on the true story of a surprisingly divisive figure feels like a boys own story straight out of a war comic. Great stuff!'
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teaandbiscuit Nov 9
Billy Bishop Goes To War is compelling, funny, moving, thought-provoking – beautifully staged and performed, with stunning design and absolutely gorgeous music. Bravo
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MyTheatreMates Nov 9
‘Deserves to be seen by as many people as possible’: finds that the quality of ’s at more than lives up to the importance of the story it’s telling
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Chloé Nelkin Nov 8
Congratulations to and for their well-deserved nominations!
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TheWarYears Nov 7
Read my review of the excellent Billy Bishop Goes To War at the Jermyn Street Theatre.
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MyTheatreMates Nov 7
‘Brilliantly done’: A universal portrait of a bad-boy coming good, ’s () at is poignantly beautiful ★★★★
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JermynStreetTheatre Nov 6
Our website is back up and running which means there's no excuse not to book now for our ★★★★★ and our Christmas show, Burke and Hare
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MusicalTheatreReview Nov 5
‘It’s a pleasure to see 2 actors working together as sensitively as Oliver Beamish, who also plays piano, & Charles Aitken. at is definitely one to catch if you can.’ ★ ★ ★ ★ for ’s prod
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Theatre BOX Nov 5
REVIEW! Billy Bishop Goes To War by : "It is rare to feel so completely transported in time and place, with such beautifully eloquent writing and powerful delivery." 🛩️Take to the skies this November at ! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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StageFaves Nov 5
Who was the real Billy Bishop? We caught up with Charles Aitken who plays the flying ace in ’s prod , now at til 24 Nov.
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Everything Theatre Nov 5
's ★★★★ - 'A ripping yarn based on the true story of a surprisingly divisive figure feels like a boys own story straight out of a war comic. Great stuff!'
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Cindy Marcolina Nov 4
This is definitely among my favourite ones you’ve had on at Jermyn Street. Well done!
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ActDrop Nov 3
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ for Billy Bishop Goes to War from at "An intimate, absorbing and moving play with music documenting the extraordinary real-life experiences of a Canadian flying ace during The Great War." Review here:
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