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Henna Night, Hen & Chickens Theatre - Review

"Jack? This is a message for Jack. Just Jack. 

I know I shouldn't be doing this...I'm not dealing with all this very well. And I keep waiting to feel better. But I don't feel better Jack. I went to Boots today and I bought a packet of henna and some razor blades… I thought, ok, I’m going to go home, drink a bottle of wine, and then depending how I feel tomorrow morning, I’ll either slash my wrists or dye my hair. Either way, I’ll ruin my bathroom carpet."

Author's review: 
4

Eleanor Conway's Walk Of Shame - Review

Eleanor Conway has lived a life.

Author's review: 
4

ROTTERDAM, Trafalgar Studios 2 - Review

"I was just being polite!"
Alice, Rotterdam

Author's review: 
5

Catching Up, Etcetera Theatre - Review

A woman has the right to make her own decisions. But are there any circumstances where 'morality' affects this notion?

Author's review: 
3

Extravaganza Macabre, Battersea Arts Centre - Review

Tonally similar to the ‘Mechanicals’ troupe in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Little Bulb Theatre’s ingenious Victorian farce has something for everyone. Performed in the rebuilt courtyard of the Battersea Arts Centre, three actor-musicians play all the characters of this tongue-in-cheek melodrama.

Author's review: 
4

Macbeths, Hope Theatre - Review

As the audience is ushered in, one notices the smell of joss sticks – a common enough item, but within the intimate theatrical space that is the Hope Theatre, it transforms a stage into a lived-in space, a home... One of the most surprising things about Macbeths' solipsistic premise is why no one hasn’t thought about it before. We’ve had the likes of Hamlet the play from the point of view of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, its peripheral characters, but we’ve not had another Shakespearean play based solely on its title characters.

Author's review: 
4

Superman and Me, King's Head Theatre - Review

Written by Suzette Coon and directed by Eloise Lally, Superman and Me is an 'anti-romantic' comedy that examines a couple undergoing marriage counseling.

Author's review: 
4

A Midsummer Night's Dream, Waterloo East Theatre - Review

Approaching the well-known pastoral comedy from both a traditional and modern direction, CandleFire Theatre's latest Shakespearean production has much to commend. Integrating live instruments into the proceedings, one is automatically transported to the Mediterranean at the turn of the 20th century, reminiscent of a Federico García Lorca play...

Author's review: 
4

BY MY STRENGTH, Women and War Festival - Review

Written by Bruntwood Prize winner Laura Stevens and directed by Charlotte Peters, By My Strength is a rich play, densely packed with  layers of meaning, as well as plenty of interwoven anecdotes the reveal what goes through the heart and mind of a young female British soldier.

Author's review: 
5

I Hope You Are Happy - Musical Theatre Review

Quite Nice Theatre, Reading Fringe Festival

Author's review: 
4

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