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Recent articles

King’s College London presents THE AMERICANA by Maria Vigar: Theatre Review

A deeply moving and engaging story told on a stunningly spiritual stage.

Author's review: 
4

MAY Listings 2016

The following productions in May 2016 are on the whole either written by, and / or directed by women or gender equal productions.

Author's review: 
0

Low Level Panic, Bread & Roses Theatre - Review

Pamela Schermann's latest play Low Level Panic was written in 1988 by Clare McIntyre, but there's nothing dated about its core message: what is the world's perception of women and how do they in turn view themselves?

Author's review: 
4

Harry - Theatre Review

An honest insight to the difficult transition from teen to adulthood, navigating friendships and fandom along the way. N16 Theatre

Author's review: 
3

'The Conscious Uncoupling' Rosie Wilby - Comedy Review

Ricocheting from hilarious to heart wrenching, 'The Conscious Uncoupling' takes a frank look at the ups and downs of relationships and the moving-on process following a break-up.

Author's review: 
4

Gatsby, Union Theatre - Musical Review

"You can't live forever." Myrtle Wilson, Gatsby.

At the Union Theatre, London

Author's review: 
3

Goodnight Mister Tom - Theatre Review

A solid, enjoyable production of a beloved modern classic.

Author's review: 
4

RUSSIAN DOLLS, King's Head Theatre - Review

In recent years there have been a number of plays dealing with Millenials and the aged taking time to know each other, with Gina Moxley's Tea Set and Clara Brennan's Spine immediately springing to mind. However, in both those cases, the plays were one-woman shows, told from the point of view of the younger woman. In Kate Lock's play Russian Dolls, the meeting of the different generations is played out for us to see, and the age difference between them is the least of their problems...

Author's review: 
4

Muvvahood - Theatre Review

A challenging and thought provoking journey into single motherhood in the ‘Age of Austerity’ through the verbatim stories of those living it in modern day London.

Author's review: 
0

YOUNG HARTS WRITING FESTIVAL, Lyric Hammersmith - Review

Most of us would agree that nurturing and facilitating the development of the next generation of playwrights is a worthwhile venture. Harts Theatre Company (Ann Akin and Holly Smith) have decided to act upon their convictions by hosting a two-evening event to showcase new talent – the Young Harts Writing Festival. The twist to this event is that the 'next generation' show their work alongside the present young cream of the crop and that the audience has to guess whose work belongs to the 'professionals' or not. In addition, the audience has to decide what's the best play of the evening.

Author's review: 
4

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