THEATRE REVIEW: MATILDA THE MUSICAL

Matilda The Musical simply gobbles up a reviewer's superlatives - sensationally theatrical, magically enthralling, outrageously funny but also wickedly grotesque and deeply moving.Seven years after it emerged from the Royal Shakespeare...

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