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Recent articles

Southbank Centre presents NIRBHAYA by Yaël Farber: Theatre Review

A devastating, overwhelming experience which filled me with rage and reverence.

Author's review: 
5

SOME GIRL(S), New Wimbledon Studio - Review

Described by some in his early career as a misanthrope, Neil LaBute has earne

Author's review: 
5

Lonely Soldier Monologues, Cockpit Theatre - Review

Based on Helen Benedict’s verbatim transcripts of female soldiers serving in

Author's review: 
5

Art on the Street

The Open–Air Art Fair With A Big Difference. Saturday 13th June 2015 Maidenhead

Author's review: 
0

Lippy

Lippy is a mystical play which tries to make sense of the senseless.
Bristol Mayfest/Old Vic
Friday 22nd - Saturday 23rd May 2015

Author's review: 
4

Mahogany Opera Group announces London premiere of FOLIE à DEUX by Emily Hall

A tale of love and shared psychosis by Emily Hall.

Author's review: 
0

Rites - 'Why are women's bodies the property of everyone else?' - Review

Image - Sally Jubb

Based on interviews with people who have been affected by FGM (female genital mutilation) in the UK, Rites is informative and dynamic.
Bristol Mayfest/Tobacco Factory Theatre
Tues 19th - Sat 23rd May

Author's review: 
4

Sweet Charity - Musical Review

The singing in this production was top quality.
Sainsbury's Singers at The Hexagon, Reading

Author's review: 
0

Interview: Henny Finch

Henny Finch is the Executive Director of Headlong - a theatre company dedicated to new ways of making theatre, commissioning new plays from exciting playwrights as well as re-imagining the classics. "Female playwrights are still horribly under-represented, especially on our major stages and in the West End."

Author's review: 
0

When We Dead Awaken, The Space Arts Centre - Review

One of the last plays that Henrik Ibsen wrote, When We Dead Awaken - what makes this play are the actors’ performances, the emotional lynchpin is Ruby Thompson’s performance as Maia.

Author's review: 
4

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