Theatre & Arts | TQS Magazine – Part 3

Our review of Viva Forever: an overlong, (mostly) unfunny and underwhelming show which makes even the most devout Spice fan question their musical taste.

Claire Mason reviews the feather flouncing and muscle bulging of Burn the Floor at the Shaftsbury Theatre

Kirsty Hulse reviews the current David Bowie exhibition at the V&A museum, London.

Louis C.K made his return to the UK on Wednesday night to play two shows, one at the Apollo and the other at the o2 arena. Our review.

Kirsty Hulse reviews Wicked at the Apollo Theatre London

We preview After What Comes Before, a new performance by University of Leeds graduate theatre group Manic Chord Theatre – an interactive work set in Temple Works

We review a new take on the classic sell-you-soul-to-the-devil tale of Doctor Faustus at the West Yorkshire Playhouse

KPMG is a business which employs over 150,000 people around the world to regulate big businesses and make sure they’re doing alright. But who will watch the watchers?

We preview Transform: My Leeds My City, a theatre festival from West Yorkshire Playhouse which features work from Leeds writers, producers, artists and performers

Kirsty Hulse reviews Great Expectations at Vaudeville Theatre