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Half Breed, Soho Theatre

by guest critic Maeve Ryan

In her small Wiltshire village, Jaz says she’s ‘as black as it goes’.  This is a beautifully made one woman show in which Natasha Marshall plays all the characters, but chiefly Jaz, a 17-year-young woman of mixed African and British parentage. 453 more words

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DeadClub™, The Place

by guest critic Archie Whyld

Co-directors Frauke Requardt and David Rosenberg have created a piece of theatre which might be the closest I have ever felt to being in a dream whilst awake and not under the influence of psychoactive drugs. 450 more words

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Coriolanus, Rose Playhouse

by guest critic Gregory Forrest

The Rose is a unique venue: part studio theatre, part archaeological dig. Taking your seat to begin the performance, you are met with a cool breeze of black. 486 more words

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The Magic Flute, Soho Theatre

Late one night, a couple fights in bed. After falling asleep angry, Tamino fitfully dreams of a nightclub, a beautiful girl and a quest to save her. 313 more words

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Eyes Closed Ears Covered, Bunker Theatre

by guest critic Liam Rees

Alex Gwyther’s Eyes Closed, Ears Covered is a slippery play that continuously raises questions. We’re immediately presented with Alyson Cummins’ concrete-grey, angular set, suggestive of a brutalist play park in a rundown housing estate. 539 more words

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Britney Spears: The Cabaret, The Other Palace

by guest critic Michaela Clement-Hayes

When she first sprang onto the scene with her bunches, we all lost our minds. She was a cool teenager, singing about stuff that we were going through. 253 more words

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(I Could Go on Singing) Over the Rainbow, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

When I was little, around three or four years old, I went through a phase where I watched The Wizard of Oz everyday. I adored everything about that film. 669 more words

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