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Liberty Rides Forth at the tiny Waterloo East Theatre
One of the best little musicals currently in London. Good story, 5 very talented actors including 3 'easy -on the-eye' trainee muses ,a fab leading lady and the hapless hero -all with incredible voices. Plus very...More
Went to see Katie Arnstein in her on woman show Bicycles and Fish, part of the Waterloo Vaults. Great little theatre with good atmosphere which is a few minutes from Waterloo Station. Seating was excellent with a good view of the stage and the show...More
"Ballroom" is the latest show on offer at this small but innovative theatre which consistently produces high quality plays and musical shows. "Ballroom" is the touching story of a lonely widow who overcomes her and society's scruple and finds a new lease of life and...More
Just saw "Jest End "this evening.
Very innovative and witty show and a real tour de force through the West End's greatest shows minus the boring bits.
The four performers sparkle with talent and the whole show, accompanied by a versatile onstage musician, is a...More
I went to see a wonderful musical there which was incredible from everyone involved. A lovely intimate venue also. HOWEVER, on arrival the most unfriendly and unhelpful man who seemed to begrudge selling me a ticket started the evening off badly. Tried asking him information...More
Watching one of the best shows in town at the tiny Waterloo East Theatre at the back of Waterloo Railway Station.
The Great American Trailer Park musical.
The raw energy, the talent, the voices...unbelievable. All done on shoestring in tiny venue underneath the railway arches...More
The man who introduced the show was only partly intelligible. He was also rather rude on the two occasions I spoke to him. When I (while buying drinks) asked for a cup for water, he rather brusquely said they can't do that, and that he'd...More