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Blind Faith - The Unspoken Review

THE Unspoken is a thought-provoking play from the pen of talented Jody Medland.

Playing at the quaint Barons Court Theatre in the basement of public house The Curtains Up (London W14) until Saturday September 22, it focuses on the world of Maggie – an excellent Hannah Tarrington. 408 more words

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Review: Sylvia

If Hamilton is any indication, audiences love to learn about history through the witty lyrics and beats of rap music. Although Sylvia at the Old Vic Theatre… 478 more words

THEATRE REVIEW: An Adventure at the Bush Theatre

WORTH A LOOK?: ****

WHERE?: Bush Theatre

WHEN?: 17/9, (press ticket) runs to 20/10/18

Author Vinay Patel is 1 of the first 2 writers of colour to contribute to  401 more words

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Review - Little Shop of Horrors

One of my favourite musicals, Little Shop of Horrors, is brought vividly to life in the theatre which really is somewhere that’s green – the Open Air Theatre at Regent’s Park. 360 more words

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"Chatterton" at Quantum Theatre

What – or who – is Chatterton?

Well, that depends on how much you trust the historical record, and, I guess, whether you believe anything can be verified by documents at all. 1,088 more words

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REVIEW OF 'DINNER WITH LAUREN WEISBERGER' AT THE BRISBANE WRITERS FESTIVAL AVAILABLE ON SCENESTR

As previously mentioned I did a work elective in my final undergrad year at QUT where I was part of a group of students who wrote the newspaper for the… 894 more words

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"Our Town" at The Belfry Theatre

reviewed by Ken Klingenmeier

Hamilton County Theatre Guild opens its 2018-19 season with Thornton Wilder’s 1938 masterpiece, Our Town, directed by Nancy Lafferty. This classic play is among the most produced in school and community theatres and yet it has been a good while since any group has presented it locally, at least to my recollection. 800 more words

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