Monthly Archives: July 2013

WOMEN OF TROY | LAZARUS THEATRE COMPANY

Following the dreadful fates of the male soldiers of Troy, Women of Troy shines a light on a nation of women who must band together to rebuild the foundations of their community…

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NICHOLAS NICKLEBY @ THE SPACE THEATRE

Based on Charles Dickens’ Novel of the same name, Nicholas Nickleby is a tale of a young man’s struggle to support his mother and sister financially due to the passing of their father. Constantly under his Uncle’s scrutiny, will he ever be able to prove himself worthy?

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TWELFTH NIGHT @ THE COCKPIT THEATRE

Set amidst the 1920s colonial backdrop of Morocco, lies a tale of love, folly and mistaken identity…

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LORD OF THE FLIES | SELL-A-DOOR THEATRE TOUR

Imagine what the world would be like with no adults, no rules or no structure? I’m sure when we were all young, this was the ultimate dream! For a group of seemingly perfect schoolboys this appears to be the case as they crash land onto a desert island after being evacuated from a war ridden Britain…

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HAPPY NEW @ OLD RED LION THEATRE

To peck or to be pecked? That truly appears to be the question in this tale of infidelity, trauma and the pecking order…

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THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN @ SPACE THEATRE

A tale of post war destruction, Creon the King of Thebes has claimed the lives of many and as a reward has gained a mighty army to ensure his tyranny…

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THE SHALLOW END @ SOUTHWARK PLAYHOUSE

‘The only thing I stand for is the National Anthem…’ a permanent reminder of the lengths and breadths the faceless, corporate machine we call the media is willing to go to bring in the readers. In a world of patriarchal domination, politics and powerful persuasion, the Shallow End serves as a fly on a wall portrayal of the shenanigans and goings on of a very successful newspaper…

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SHALLOW SLUMBER @ SOHO THEATRE REVIEW

Tackling the taboo subject of Post Natal-Depression, Shallow Slumber makes for a truly compelling watch…

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CIRQUE DU SOLEIL: TOTEM REVIEW

Greeted by the trickling sounds of an exotic waterfall, accompanied by the sensational visuals of a stream surrounded by reeds. Not to forget, a giant tortoise shell at the very centre of the Royal Albert Hall, I knew I was in for a treat… Image

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