Review: Candlesticks at The White Bear Theatre, London

Thursday 29th September 2022 at The White Bear Theatre, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewer: Issy Flower Premiering just after Rosh Hashanah, Candlesticks poses increasingly topical questions about the relationship between Judaism and Christianity, religion and identity, and the way in which these can be discovered or lost to the detriment of the family. Unfortunately, the variable quality... Continue Reading →

Review: Glass Boy at the Hen & Chickens Theatre, London

Saturday 20th August 2022 at the Hen & Chickens Theatre, London ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewer: Emma Dorfman An all-too-familiar subject matter plops into a post-dramatic structure, giving birth to Gabriel Phelan’s Glass Boy. Tight performances, direction, sound design, and choreography ensure that Glass Boy leaves an impression long after you have left the theatre. Being a one-person... Continue Reading →

Review: She Shrieked at Actors East Theatre, London

Wednesday 17th August 2022 at Actors East Theatre, London ⭐️⭐️ Reviewer: Emma Dorfman Trigger warning: suicide Suicide and suicidal ideation are, undoubtedly, heavy subject matter. And so, David Stokes’ decision to highlight these difficult conversations through a comedic lens is, without a doubt, the way to go. This production of She Shrieked, however, has perhaps... Continue Reading →

Review: Lucid at Chelsea Theatre, London

Wednesday 10th August 2022 at Chelsea Theatre, London ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviewer: Emma Dorfman With Lucid, writer and co-director Laura Henderson Child, Martha Harlan (also co-director) and As If Productions have painted a hilarious, embarrassing, and touching portrait of what it means to be 11 years old in 2010. Lucid is a Dance Nation-esque comedy that uses... Continue Reading →

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