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Recent articles

Love, Loss and What I Wore - Theatre Review

‘Love, Loss & What I Wore’ was adapted for the stage by Nora and Delia Ephron (the screenplay writers of ‘When Harry Met Sally’, ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ and ‘You’ve Got Mail’), directed by Sarah Berger with the UK premier at The Mill in Sonning.

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4

How To Be Fat - Edinburgh Fringe Review

Why should an overweight woman apologise to society? If Mathilda is happy why should she change? Why is it anyone else’s business? ‘How to Be Fat’ is an honest, heartfelt show and it’s great that Mathilda does it. Edfringe 2015

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3

Janis Joplin Full Tilt: Edinburgh Fringe Review

A powerful interpretation of a tragic life and a girl who should have lived.

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4

Japan Marvellous Drummers - Performance Review

If you'll excuse the pun, Japan Marvellous Drummers didn't miss a beat.

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5

2 Become 1: Edinburgh Fringe Review

Brilliant sing-along comedy with a 90’s theme

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3

Tamburlaine the Great, Camden Fringe Review

It would be a foolish person indeed to think that Shakespeare wrote his works

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4

Lee Miller and Picasso - Edinburgh Festival - Exhibition Review

Lee Miller was a creative force and muse during one of the most extraordinary periods in recent history. She is known mostly for her photographic work; in particular, her wartime pictures for Vogue Magazine. Many of her photographs form the basis of 'Lee Miller & Picasso' at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh.

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0

Eggs: Edinburgh Fringe Review

Let's talk about grief! An excellent portrayal of the different ways in which we all deal with death, grief and more importantly life, Eggs is both realistic yet uplifting.

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3

The Pain & Strife of the Bourgeois Life, Camden Fringe Review

Written, directed and performed by the same artist, The Pain & Strife of the Bourgeois Life burns with intelligence and wit.

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4

Utopia (Live Lates) - Art Installation Review

Penny Woolcock's excellent 'Utopia' at The Roundhouse was part installation and part theatre. It ran from Tuesday 4th to Sunday 23rd of August this year. The work was a collaborative effort with Block9 which carefully and very cleverly deconstructed the consumerist mechanisms that underpin, dominate and ultimately control our lives.

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4

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