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Recent articles

Pride and Prejudice - REVIEW

Chapterhouse Theatre Company’s production of Pride and Prejudice is a faithful adaption of Jane Austen’s much-loved novel.

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4

Interview: Katherine Nesbitt

Although most of the action appears to be going on in Edinburgh throughout August, there's still plenty to get your teeth stuck in to in London

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0

Interview: Mandi Symonds

Although most of the action appears to be going on in Edinburgh throughout Au

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0

Interview: Rosie Wilby

Rosie Wilby, Comedian, performer and writer, is approaching the launch of her first book; ‘Is Monogamy Dead’, which comes from 7 years of work, research and three theatre shows.

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0

Sheep - Theatre Review

A zany off-beat comedy that will leave you with lots to discuss...

Author's review: 
4

Here Comes Trouble Review - Blue Elephant Theatre

Keira Martin choreographs and performs this intelligent and engaging piece based on the trials and tribulations of her life, both as an Irish dancer and a woman.

Author's review: 
4

Skin Deep - theatre review, Reading Fringe Festival

A quality production from Attila Theatre with an excellent script by playwright Lee Anderson. Pentahotel, Reading.

Author's review: 
4

'D’Arcehole' - comedy review Reading Fringe Festival

A super comic. I laughed many times and I didn’t cry but often I wanted to do both.
The Rising Sun Arts Centre - Reading

Author's review: 
4

'This Is An Art Attack' review - Reading Fringe Festival

A feminist and intersectional triumph by Dame La Reine and The Reinettes - The Olympia Ballroom, Reading

Author's review: 
5

The Merry Wives of Windsor Review - Theatre N16

In the gorgeous Shakespearean Globe Space at Theatre N16 for two performances only, comes one of Shakespeare's lesser-spotted plays: The Merry Wives of Windsor.

Author's review: 
4

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