Memory

Review – The Memory Of Water

Though showing its age in some respects, and perhaps a tad too long, the sprightly dialogue, and fine sequence of scenes of confrontation and...
Strangers

Review -Strangers On A Train

Above all, this production of Strangers on a Train is memorable for its look. Designer David Woodhead has provided a set that has a...
England

Review – Think Of England

Some plays are almost dual experiences in and of themselves such that, in assessing them, you almost feel like you’re really reviewing two separate...
Julius

Review – Julius Caesar

The fate of this production of Julius Caesar does, contrary to Shakespeare’s oft quoted line, lie with its stars. And with this production, The...
Ken

Review – Ken

Ken Campbell was a true maverick – it’s a shame Ken, the play, isn’t. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the death of Ken Campbell,...
Blackout

Review – Blackout

Blackout is a fast paced ‘comedy yet unexpected thriller’ with revelations accentuating vulnerability in modern society. Within sixty minutes, random strangers aim to piece...
Grift

Review – The Grift

The Grift is an immersive, site-specific experience - part theatre and part game - staged in the opulent Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green.The...
Dietrich

Review – Dietrich : Natural Duty

There’s always something of a danger that one-man drag shows of iconic female stars become an exercise in self-indulgence, but whatever fears one may...
Windermere

Review – Lady Windermere’s Fan

Lady Windermere’s Fan is probably the best play Oscar Wilde wrote for female actors looking for complex parts to play. There is an abundance of...
Brothers Size

Review – The Brothers Size

When the Young Vic strikes gold, it usually is a rich vein, and this revival of Tarell Alvin McCraney’s The Brothers Size is muscular, magical...

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