The Woman in Black (Tour) - Theatre Review

A perfect piece for a cold winter’s night, The Woman in Black is a spine-tingling good time.

Author's review: 
4

Love, Sex and Other Apps, Bread & Roses Theatre - Review

It's been quite a while since I've come across a brand new writer (at least on my radar) who has impressed me with their originality and 'voice'. Michelle Sewell is such a person. Her double bill of plays at Bread & Roses Theatre makes for an entertaining and thought-provoking 90 minutes. I half-expected the evening to jump straight into a play about dating apps, but I was very pleasantly surprised to be confronted by a play that looked at 'love' from an unconventional angle – and something very topical to boot. Both plays were directed by Lydia Parker.

Author's review: 
4

The Royal Court presents THE CHILDREN by Lucy Kirkwood: Theatre Review

An incredible study of human relationships and emotions; tense and chilling.

Author's review: 
4

Abstract Expressionism at the RA

In Depth Review and Analysis of the Royal Academy's Major Exhibition 'Abstract Expressionism At The RA'

Author's review: 
5

Our Country's Good - Timberlake Wertenbaker

Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
17th-26th Nov 2016.
Redgrave Theatre.

Author's review: 
0

Women Centre Stage: Power Play - New Women, Hampstead Theatre - Review

The early evening slot of Women Centre Space at Hampstead Theatre on 20th November 2016, saw even more people turn up for inspiring, new female-led theatre. The New Women programme featured three very different pieces, but each were as remarkable  as they were entertaining.

Author's review: 
4

Women Centre Stage: Power Play - PRIDE and Prejudice, Hampstead Theatre - Review

Last Sunday (20th November 2016) was a marathon day for showcasing female-led theatre. Organised by Sphinx Theatre, Women Centre Space is an annual, all-day event and in the past it has taken place at the National Theatre on London's South Bank. However, this year  (after week-long workshops at the The Actor's Centre) it has taken place at Hampstead Theatre, where 100 cast, writers and directors took part.

Author's review: 
5

HAP, Bread & Roses Theatre - Review

Conventional wisdom says happiness is the end goal for everyone. But what if there is something else that supersedes this?

Author's review: 
4

The Worst Was This, Hope Theatre - Review

A gender-balanced meta-comedy that deconstructs the relationship of two notable Elizabethan playwrights...

Author's review: 
4

Princess - Theatre Review

Stuart Saint brings his passion project ‘Princess’ to Lost Theatre - a multidisciplinary offering labelled 'gig-theatre'.

Author's review: 
3

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