Death of a Salesman: Tragic Drama at its Best

Saturday 6th July 2019 at the Young Vic, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Death of a Saleman is a hard-hitting and melancholy play. It entertains very little joy but hammers home plenty of gripping drama and it’s in this element that the play remains timeless in appeal. In fact, considering the frightening numbers bandied about on the subject... Continue Reading →

Amour: Beautifully Crafted, Visually Rich

Wednesday 29th May 2019 at the Charing Cross Theatre. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Amour is a rather odd but charming tale told in the style of a light and breezy romantic musical with dark clouds looming beautifully above. The story itself isn’t particularly gripping but what the plot lacks in substance the production makes up for with great... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk Understudies…

I have a gripe. It’s about understudies. No, it’s not about the debate of whether or not we should be less enthusiastic about finding ourselves seeing understudies. Nor is it about whether or not we should openly express disappointment when leads are off. It’s not even about the furore surrounding understudies announcing when they’ll be... Continue Reading →

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