More places to stream shows this Easter Sunday (and beyond) #CultureInQuarantine #staycreative

And the shows available for you to stream just keep rolling in.

One of the only positives I can see about this whole thing right now is that people who might not usually get the opportunity to go to the theatre (too far away, too expensive) have the chance to see some of the best shows around.

So here are the next batch for your enjoyment. 

We will of course get reviewing as many as we can. 

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Review: 4**** Dein Perry’s Tap Dogs – The Peacock Theatre @TapDogsofficial ‏@peacocktheatre

Tweetingit: 4* Cool, fast and funky, the godfathers of tap are back…but please do not try this at home!

I first saw Tap Dogs around 20 years ago and took my Mum along as a reluctant +1; I asked her what she thought of the show?…and I quote: oh it’s alright but that’s not proper dancing, you’re just making a racket with your feet. Conveniently overlooking the required balance, rhythm and co-ordination, I couldn’t help thinking she had a point. tap_dogs_largeThey were without doubt brilliant dancers, but it was raw and lacked sufficient variation. Tap dancing would typically occupy a five minute spot in a film or variety show; beyond that timeframe it was a tad predictable. However, the group subsequently toured the world including a memorable appearance at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Led by group founder Dein Perry Tap Dogs are now honed to perfection with a unique take on the art of tap

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