Review: Wickies, The Vanishing Men of Eilean Mor at Park Theatre, London

Monday 5th December 2022 at Park Theatre, London ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewer: Issy Flower 1900. On the Flannan Islands, three men are preparing to man the lighthouse at Eilean Mor. By the 26th of December, all three will be lost, having disappeared from their post in mysterious circumstances. Paul Morrissey’s Wickies: The Vanishing Men of Eilean Mor... Continue Reading →

Review: Wasted at The Jack Studio Theatre, London.

Thursday 24th November 2022 at The Jack Studio Theatre, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewer: Tina Zucco Wasted is a fast-paced, dynamic play, debuting MICA Theatre with a bang. A show that entertains and touches the audience from beginning to end. Wasted, written by Kae Tempest and directed by Tony Clarke, sees friends Temi (Seraphina Beh), Danny (Ted... Continue Reading →

Interview: Dunstan Bruce Talks “Am I invisible Yet?”

November 2022 ‘A vital blast of angst, anger and desire’ Former Chumbawamba frontman Dunstan Bruce explains why he’s not ready to be the invisible man just yet. Former Chumbawamba vocalist Dunstan Bruce brings his new one-man play to Leeds Playhouse this month. A rollercoaster of despair, anger, love and, ultimately, hope, it’s a riotous journey... Continue Reading →

Review: Ikaria at the Old Red Lion Theatre, London

Thursday 10th November 2022 at The Old Red Lion Theatre Pub, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewer: Emma Dorfman Note: some mild spoilers follow. TW: references to depression, self-harm, suicide, and suicidal thoughts/ideation. In recent years, I’ve grown quite sceptical of the two-hander “uni hook up” play. It’s always the same thing: the Gen Z couple that can’t... Continue Reading →

Review: Behind Closed Walls at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre

Thursday 27th October 2022 at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewer: Emma Dorfman Alternate-history plays, for the most part, have the tendency to be more alien than not. Unfamiliar, dystopic worlds often mean a lot of work on the audience’s part to “figure out” this unfamiliar territory. With Behind Closed Walls, however, writer Daryl... Continue Reading →

Review: Destruction of a Woman at Corbett Theatre, London

Saturday 8th October 2022 at Corbett Theatre, London ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewer: Issy Flower Writer Miriam Babooram and director Karina Aviva Benjamin’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Rape of Lucrece holds promise, but overreaches at times—this collision of the old and the new tries too hard to make its themes relevant, but in doing so produces some gorgeous... Continue Reading →

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