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Review: Locked Up at Tristan Bates Theatre

Possibly the only thing worse than being locked up and kept in isolation for an indeterminate amount of time is not knowing who’s responsible or why. 640 more words

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The King and I - One of the Greatest Golden Age Musicals Stuns in the West End

How can you not adore the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals? For me, my childhood is defined by repeat viewings of The Sound of Music wishing I was Maria parading on Austrian hills singing for only me to hear and falling in love with captains that blow silly whistles! 1,406 more words

The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie, Donmar Warehouse, London, review: When words become weapons.

“Give me a girl at an impressionable age and she is mine for life.”Lia Williams stuns in her titular role of Jean Brodie in David Harrower’s new adaptation of Muriel Spark’s classic novel, directed by Polly Findlay. 540 more words

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Interview: Charlotte Fox, Ouroboros

Ever felt like you’re not quite good enough? You’re not alone. In her debut solo show Ouroboros (named after an ancient symbol that depicts a snake eating its own tail, in an eternal cycle of renewal), writer and performer Charlotte Fox tackles society’s obsession with ego, superficiality, social media, narcissism and body image, and explores their effects on Charlotte, an actress in the entertainment industry. 556 more words

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Review: Fat Jewels at The Hope Theatre

Temperatures soar in more ways than one in Joseph Skelton’s Fat Jewels, a dark and deeply unsettling tale of abuse, manipulation and mental fragility. An already warm theatre becomes increasingly stifling as tensions between the two characters rise, and all the audience can do is sit and wait for the inevitable explosion. 530 more words

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Review: Flesh and Bone at Soho Theatre

Written by Unpolished Theatre’s Elliot Warren, who also performs and directs alongside co-founder Olivia Brady, Flesh and Bone is a funny, gritty and sharply topical portrayal of everyday life on a working-class estate in East London. 562 more words

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Interview: Ross McGregor, The White Rose

Arrows & Traps have established themselves as a force to be reckoned with over the last few years with their unique and exciting adaptations of classic works of literature, from Shakespeare to Dostoevsky. 1,658 more words

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