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Recent articles

Shadowlands (Tour) – Theatre Review

“What you see and hear depends a good deal on where you are standing: it also depends on what sort of person you are.” - C. S. Lewis

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4

Interview: Canon Warriors

Hannah Greenstreet’s latest piece Canon Warriors will be up in Edinburgh this

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0

Interview: Suzette Coon

This month Superman and Me, by Suzette Coon (of Little Pieces of Gold) shows

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0

Interview: Suzette Coon

This month Superman and Me, by Suzette Coon (of Little Pieces of Gold) shows

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Waking Beauty, Ovalhouse - Review

'Once upon a time'... fairy tales were popular stories to tell children.

Author's review: 
4

Review: 'Fabric'

Nancy Sullivan, Leah in Fabric

A sparse set, a lone female voice, and a damning indictment of attitudes towards violence against women. Drawn into the role of a confidante, the audience listens as Leah narrates falling in love with her husband and the misogynistic fall-out of a brutal rape. The stage becomes a claustrophobic confessional: the audience has to listen – and listen in this secret, confidential space – because the world will not.

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3

The Real Girl by Cherise Stefanie

One woman comedy-cabaret-performance 'The Real Girl' by Cherise Stefanie premieres at the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of Camden Fringe Festival 16 - 20th August 2016.

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0

TRAILER/trash - Theatre Review, Milton Keynes Fringe Festival

A road trip without the car...

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4

TRAILER/trash - Theatre Review, Milton Keynes Fringe Festival

A road trip without the car...

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Creampie, Theatre N16 - The Bedford, Balham - Review

"God bless the internet."
American Pie

Author's review: 
4

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