Monthly Archives: January 2014

Blurred Lines @ The Shed (National Theatre) Review

Cast your mind back to the summer months of 2013. Britain was surprisingly in the midst of one of the hottest summers ever recorded and a little known artist going by the name of Robin Thicke was causing  a controversial storm within the Top 40… "Blurred Lines" Continue reading

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One Step Before the Fall @ the Purcell Room (Southbank Centre) Review

Regarded as one of the greatest sportsmen to have ever lived, if not ‘The Greatest’ as he has famously proclaimed many a time, Muhammed Ali is world renowned as being the most celebrated boxer of our times, if not in the history of the sport…

1.Veronika Kotlíková in One Step Before the Fall by Spitfire (c) Martin Mařák resize

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Forget Me Not @ Queen Elizabeth Hall (Southbank Centre) Review

Performed by the innovative theatre company Compagnie Phillipe Genty, as part of the 2014 London International Mime Festival, Forget Me Not guides the audience through a labyrinth of song, puppetry and striking imagery…

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Cuckoo @ The Unicorn Theatre Review

Rebellion, angst and heartbreak are all typical teenage phases. For Jenny and Nadine, it’s no different as the two outsiders strike an unlikely friendship…

Left Eden Howard (Jenny) Right Kate Lassman-Long (Nadine) Photograph By Manuel Harlan

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The Snow Spider @ Tristan Bates Theatre Review

Toys, sweets and videos games are probably more of your typical gift ideas for a child’s 9th birthday, however not for Gwyn Griffiths, who makes a magical discovery about his ancestral lineage…

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