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Sara Pascoe Vs History - Soho Theatre. ****

Sara Pascoe Foster Comedy nominated show about her love life and growing up, how to deal with being in her 30s and other life musing. Her earnestness is what comes through straight away and draws the audience in. 69 more words

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The Tempest Review

Shakespeare plays have regularly been a staple of the Newcastle University Theatre Society diet; and in Joe Sample and Caroline Simonsen’s creative and accessible interpretation of The Tempest, one of Shakespeare’s final plays, it is all too easy to see why. 339 more words

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Reviews: Slope, by Untitled Projects & The Voice Thief, by Catherine Wheels


Citizens Theatre, Glasgow,

until November 22;

Transferring to Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

November 26-29

The Voice Thief

Summerhall, Edinburgh

Run ended

Reviewed by Mark Brown… 627 more words

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Saxon Court – Southwark Playhouse, London. ***

This review was originally written for The Public Reviews and will appear on this blog in full after 28th November.


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'Tis Pity She's A Whore - Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. ****

This is as much a review piece for the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at the Globe as it is a review for the play itself. I was invited by a friend who purchased standing tickets on the side of the top tier and the sight lines is not great at all. 193 more words

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Interlude: Scratch - Battersea Arts Centre. ***

A short 7 minutes scratch piece Jenny Minton takes place in a room with 7 spotlights and as the sole audience stand in the middle of each, it switches on or off a track of a piece of music. 66 more words

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Old Vic, 17 September

Every now and then critics proffer the conceit that an old play ‘has a resonance with our lives today’. I think that would be stretching it a bit in this case. 553 more words

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