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Theatre

The show works a treat: Globe's The Tempest reviewed

27 August 2022

9:00 AM

27 August 2022

9:00 AM

Tasting Notes

Southwark Playhouse

Us

White Bear, until 3 September

The Tempest

Shakespeare’s Globe, until 22 October

Southwark Playhouse has a reputation for small musicals with big ambitions. Tasting Notes is set in a wine bar run by a reckless entrepreneur, LJ, whose business bears her name. In real life, LJ’s bar would go bust within weeks. It serves vintage wines to a clientele of wealthy tipplers who chug back large tureens of Malbec and claret but who eat no food.

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