Regretxit: One Very Wild Ride

Friday 9th August 2019 at the Etcetera Theatre, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Matthew Cleverly gives an extraordinarily energised performance in Regretxit, a show in which he is both sole writer and performer. Barely stopping for breath in the 50 minutes he takes to the stage, this is a whirlwind of action telling a loose narrative at lightning... Continue Reading →

Angel: Beware the Wronged

Wednesday 7th August 2019 at The Water Rats, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ When you are ‘othered’ at your most vulnerable, why not start your own ‘army’ made up of those renouncing the norm by perceived choice? Our eponymous Angel is a compelling force who interrupts daily lives, asks cryptic questions and offers a new way of living.... Continue Reading →

The Feminazis: The Comic Misadventure of Wayward Activists

Wednesday 7th August 2019 at the Etcetera Theatre, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ You know the drill: someone spews some hateful drivel from behind their keyboard/ webcam/presidential podium; there’s uproar and controversy; there’s inaction. So what happens when you’ve had enough of this cycle of madness and you have a willing bestie to take things into your own... Continue Reading →

Sea Changes: Stories of Unstoppable Forces

Wednesday 7th August 2019 at the Etcetera Theatre, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Three women, all grieving, all revealed to be living with complicated feelings and connections to the stories of the departed. In Marina Jenkyns’ thirty minute play, we are given a well observed and well performed study of loss. Sea Changes is very well written, though... Continue Reading →

Interview: Lights Down Productions Talk Zoë Guzy-Sprague’s The Net

Lights Down Productions join forces with Starbound Theatre to bring  Zoë  Guzy- Sprague’s THE NET to the Camden Fringe this August. Making the personal political and the political thoughtful, the creatives hope to have audiences engaged, entertained and perhaps even enraged. The Net plays the Tristan Bates Theatre 13 - 17 August (tickets here) so... Continue Reading →

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