Arts and Crafts

Baby, Hope Theatre - Review

Written by up-and-coming playwright Effie Samara, director Abigail Pickard Price deftly explores the pressures for and against having a baby and its relationship to self-image and womanhood.

Author's review: 
4

My Stubborn Tongue - by Anna Fishbeyn

A brilliant, well told story, stitched together with songs, and skilfully played characterisations of Fishbeyn’s family and friends. Soho Theatre, 16th / 17th April 2015

Author's review: 
4

Pioneer, Shoreditch Town Hall - Review

Ambitious and insightful, Pioneer looks forward within our own lifetime at one possible outcome for interplanetary transportation, while keeping one foot firmly planted here and now on Terra Firma.

Author's review: 
4

2 Heavy Productions and Reading Rep present RACE by David Mamet

David Mamet’s RACE is set to take Reading by storm - #RaceInReading At Reading Rep until the 18th April 2015

Author's review: 
0

Pull Your Socks Up Britain! with Lotta Quizeen

Brighton Fringe - Otherplace at The Pit 8th-10th and 29th-31st May 2015

Author's review: 
0

Three Short Plays, Old Red Lion Theatre - Review

Theatre company Whispering Beasts latest project Three Short Plays sees them performing a triptych of Samuel Beckett’s lesser-known works at the Old Red Lion Theatre, the selection in question never performed together before.

Author's review: 
4

SCORE - A POWERFUL THEATRICAL HIT

Score is a powerful play about addiction, friendship and parenting.

Author's review: 
4

Abyss, Arcola Theatre - Review

Some plays telegraph their intentions, while others expect their audience to piece together and question the nuggets of truth they’re offered. Abyss – written by Maria Milisavljevic and produced/directed by female-led theatre company InSite Performance – falls firmly in the latter category.

Author's review: 
4

Tomorrow, White Bear Theatre - Review

Produced and directed by Leah Cooper and Rebecca Hewitt of Whistlestop Theatre, Tomorrow is a play that has manages to subvert the ‘kitchen sink’ milieu and offers a multi-layered commentary on 21st Century London.

Author's review: 
3

Vernon God Little, The Space Arts Centre - Review

Set up in 2014 by producer Isabel Dixon and director Katherine Timms, Burn Bright Theatre was founded on the belief of equal opportunities in theatre.

Author's review: 
4

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