Under Three Moons: Understated & Topical

Tuesday 22nd October 2019 at York Theatre Royal (Studio). ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Daniel Kanaber takes on topical subject matter with an eye for authenticity and understated power in Under Three Moons. The play follows two comically mis-matched boys who become bickering men who become slightly older, more worldly men with disparate lives. Taking place across three nights... Continue Reading →

The Geminus: An Unexpected Love Affair

Tuesday 13th August 2019 at the Tristan Bates Theatre. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Ross Dinwiddy’s The Geminus is a cleanly selective new work based on Joseph Conrad’s story of a ship captain who harbours a fugitive. In Dinwiddy’s story, the captain and an enigmatic sailor clambouring aboard his ship in the dead of night form a connection born... Continue Reading →

All the Little Lights: A Collision of Innocence & Brutality

Tuesday 13th August 2019 at the Tristan Bates Theatre. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Three girls meet to celebrate a birthday. What begins as a recognisable silent feud of one friend feeling replaced by another quickly begins to prove itself a much darker and more complex story. There’s a history here to unpack and a future to consider carefully.... Continue Reading →

White Nurse: Interesting Premise, Strong Cast

Sunday 11th August 2019 at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Abby Coppard’s White Nurse looks at the familiar territory of toxic relationships and considers the implications of an individual trying to extricate herself from one dependent relationship by experimenting with another. Joe is a classic controlling manipulator. Layla is the classic manipulated woman trapped... Continue Reading →

Ugly: A Timely Study of Self-Reflections

Sunday 11th August 2019 at the Hen and Chickens Theatre, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Perdita Stott’s Ugly looks at the hugely relatable niggles and woes of life as a woman in the modern world of hyper-scrutiny and impossible beauty standards. It’s very strong subject matter but in bursting at the seams with lamentations of self-consciousness and subsequent... Continue Reading →

Where is Ban Ki-Moon? Intriguing & Poignant

Friday 9th August 2019 at the Camden People’s Theatre, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Sam Rees’ Where is Ban Ki-Moon? is one of those intriguing productions which manages to transform entirely between beginning and end. The method behind the madness is revealed and the details which alienate suddenly endear and ingratiate; assumptions and reactions to characters are likely... Continue Reading →

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