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Friday, April 24, 2020

Review: Two Metres Apart, Greengage Ventures by Shirley Both

Review: Two Metres Apart, Greengage Ventures4.0StarsTwo Metres Apart is Greengage’s contribution to the world of virtual performances. It is one of many to come and it does not disappoint.…

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Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Review: Sound Cistem, VAULT Festival by Shirley Both

Review: Sound Cistem, VAULT Festival 5.0stars As part of VAULT Festival, Plaster Cast Theatre have come all the way from Manchester to perform at London’s fringe festival. Transgender and …

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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Review: Fix, The Pleasance Theatre by Shirley Both

Review: Fix, The Pleasance Theatre3.0starsA broken washing machine in an old house, somewhere in the woods, an older woman with secrets and a repairman with a seemingly easy task. That is th…

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Sunday, January 12, 2020

Review: This Time, Shoreditch Town Hall by Shirley Both

Review: This Time, Shoreditch Town Hall 4.0stars This Time is a magnificent aerial performance performed at Shoreditch Town Hall. It is part of the London International Mime Festival, which …

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Saturday, January 11, 2020

Review: The Edit, Theatre503 by Shirley Both

Review: The Edit, Theatre5035.0starsNick (Jamie Wilkes) and Elena (Serena Manteghi) broke up – two years ago. Now, they find themselves back together in their old flat, catching up. Nick i…

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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Review: Pride and Prejudice: The Gay Panto, White Bear Theatre by Shirley Both

Review: Pride and Prejudice: The Gay Panto, White Bear Theatre 2.0stars Hidden away in a black box above The White Bear Pub in Kennington is Pride and Prejudice: The Gay Panto. Written by Ke…

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Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Review: Fascinating Aïda, Southbank Centre by Shirley Both

Review: Fascinating Aïda, Southbank Centre4.0starsFascinating Aïda are performing their brand-new show at Southbank Centre all throughout December until early January. The cabaret trio del…

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Thursday, December 19, 2019

Review: Blood Orange, Old Red Lion Theatre by Shirley Both

Review: Blood Orange, Old Red Lion Theatre3.0starsIn her self-written one-woman show Blood Orange, Tania Amsel takes us on a journey through England’s hospitals and the daily life of NHS…

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