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Review: As A Man Grows Younger at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre

Waiting for reviews to come in after press night is, I imagine, a fairly nerve-wracking experience for a playwright. But what if the critics’ response to your work could mean the difference between life and death? 507 more words

London Theatre

Raft

There are two important trends in gaming currently when looking at what’s being released: Battle Royale and crafting/survival games.

And while I could not get myself to enjoy any of the former, my heart stands up like a meerkat everytime I get a whiff of a potential new addition to my ever expanding collection of survival scenarios. 296 more words

Gaming

Review: Call Me Vicky at The Pleasance

Based on a true story, Call Me Vicky is the debut play from sisters Nicola and Stacey Bland, following Vicky (Matt Greenwood) – born Martin – in her fight to transition and become the woman she’s always known herself to be. 555 more words

London Theatre

FRINGE REVIEW: THE CHOIR OF MAN, THE MOA, GLUTTONY, 2019

Like the best night out at the pub you could imagine, The Choir of Man had the perfect mix of laughs, storytelling, dance and singalong. Set at old local bar The Jungle, complete with working beers taps the audience and cast pull pints from throughout the show, you’re greeted with nine friendly blokes asking how your night is and working the crowd. 232 more words

DECAYCAST Premieres: Peaer " left​/​felt pt. 2" (Citrus City, 2019)

DECAYCAST Premieres: Peaer ” left​/​felt pt. 2″ (Citrus City, 2019)

Taking a stroll outside of our normal “experimental” zone a bit to share a premiere from… 439 more words

Reviews

Your Future Self Will Thank You

Your Future Self Will Thank You

Why can’t I control my anger? Or stop overeating? Or wasting time online?

Why can’t I seem to finish my projects? 1,061 more words

Books

Gravy Train review

I logged off the computer for a few hours earlier today to go for a walk in the unusually mild spring sunshine – and got back to find my Twitter feed had gone mad! 110 more words

Books