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Plays

Next Fall

When Adam sees Luke praying to his sandwich early on in their relationship, his Christian beliefs are brought out in to the open. Non religious Next Fall examines the relationship between two men in New [ read more ]

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Plays

Great Britain

  It’s not overstating things to say that playwright Richard Bean is currently on something of a roll. His massive hit One Man, Two Guvnors is currently on its second UK tour, his historical drama [ read more ]

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Reviews

West End Heroes

Arriving at the Dominion Theatre amongst the vast hoards of people, I realise this is going to be an evening to remember and it wasn’t until I got the programme that I then realised there [ read more ]

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Plays

The Vertical Hour

David Hare is one of my favourite playwrights – intense, awkward dialogue between just two or three people and a discreet drama that comes from nothing more than conversations. They’re real and it’s this that [ read more ]

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Plays

Rudy’s Rare Records

The atmosphere in the Hackney Empire while watching Rudy’s Rare Records was something I very rarely experience at the theatre. Whoops of laughter, clapping after comedic lines deliver their punch, audience members singing along under [ read more ]

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Fringe

Dizney Rascals

Rebecca Humphries is 27 years old and she fucking loves Disney. Good girl. I’m the same age and I really like Disney too. Handsome princes and fairytale endings – how many girls have sat waiting [ read more ]