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Monday, November 23, 2020

Review: The Poltergeist, The Southwark Playhouse by George Collins

Review: The Poltergeist, The Southwark Playhouse4.0Overall ScoreWhile his writing of The Poltergeist is nowhere near as unhinged as Tender Napalm, Philip Ridley brings us an enthralling new …

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Friday, November 20, 2020

Review: Shaken, The Actor’s Centre by George Collins

Review: Shaken, The Actor's Centre3.0Overall ScoreReader Rating 0 VotesShaken drags you through the spectacle of a post-earthquake Puebla. We are met with the most phenomenal set – even mo…

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Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Review: A Black Story, Applecart Arts by George Collins

Review: A Black Story, Applecart Arts2.0Overall ScoreReader Rating 0 VotesThe layout of A Black Story at Applecart Arts swamps it instantly. Six bland office chairs in two rows of three sit …

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Thursday, October 29, 2020

Review: Blue Electric, The Playground Theatre by George Collins

Review: Blue Electric, The Playground Theatre3.0Overall ScoreBlue Electric is the tale of a rebellious daughter’s fight for acceptance from her father, broken by his experience as a Holoca…

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Monday, October 26, 2020

Review: How to Survive the Cherpocalypse, The Space by George Collins

Review: How to Survive the Cherpocalypse, The Space4.0Overall ScoreWho gave Heather Bandenburg permission to snatch my wig this hard? I Need To Cher are a phenomenal company specialising i…

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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Flute Theatre Online by George Collins

Review: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Flute Theatre Online4.0Overall ScoreReader Rating 0 VotesZoom is an unruly medium in itself. We are all aware of this hellscape which has dominated our liv…

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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Review: Persephone’s Dream, The Cockpit by George Collins

Review: Persephone's Dream, The Cockpit3.0Overall ScoreThis is one of the most insane pieces of work I have ever seen. An entire ensemble, most of them over fifty, do cats cradle or upper-bo…

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Review: How to Hug, Frumpish Theatre by George Collins

Review: How to Hug, Frumpish Theatre 4.0Overall Score In the morning, I am sent a text message from an unknown number asking me to meet them on the bridge in St James’s Park to collect my …

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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Review: We Sing/I Sang, The Cockpit by George Collins

Review: We Sing/I Sang, The Cockpit2.0Overall ScoreI have never been to a show where a google form is integral to the performance; however, We Sing I Sang opens such gateways. As I sit in th…

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Thursday, September 10, 2020

Review: A Man Stands in a Forest, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by George Collins

Review: A Man Stands in a Forest, Pitlochry Festival Theatre4.0StarsIn this short from the Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s Shades of Tay series, Richard Colvin conveys a broken soldier, refle…

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Review: Fish Woman, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by George Collins

Review: Fish Woman, Pitlochry Festival Theatre4.0StarsI have so much to write about this stunning piece of work, even though it only lasted a short four minutes. Fish Woman by Frances Poet i…

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Sunday, September 6, 2020

Review: The Twits, Unicorn Theatre by George Collins

Review: The Twits, Unicorn Theatre4.0starsRoald Dahl’s twisted children’s book, The Twits has never been more vibrant. If you’ve got kids and fancy introducing them to a British Classi…

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Saturday, August 29, 2020

Review: Godspell, Hope Mill Theatre by George Collins

Review: Godspell, Hope Mill Theatre2.0StarsIf a spinning woman singing praises to a selfie-stick in the woods doesn’t excite you, then I’m uncertain what would. This 50th Anniversary con…

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Sunday, March 15, 2020

Review: Love in a Nutshell, The Cockpit Theatre by George Collins

Review: Love in a Nutshell, The Cockpit Theatre4.0starsIn Xameleon’s adaptation of an array of Anton Chekov’s short stories, you’ll be whisked into two hours of unequivocally sterling …

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Friday, March 13, 2020

Review: N89, Matchstick Piehouse by George Collins

Review: N89, Matchstick Piehouse 3.0stars In the Matchstick Piehouse theatre you’ll find yourself on the N89 London night bus following characters Kim (played by Grace Boyle) and Daniel (p…

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Sunday, March 1, 2020

Review: Clown-hearted, VAULT Festival by George Collins

Review: Clown-hearted, VAULT Festival 3.0stars The stage is littered with cardboard boxes, each labelled with a different realm of struggle, ‘Shame’, ‘Hope’, ‘Fear’. A sad clown …

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Thursday, February 27, 2020

Review: Mina, Camden People’s Theatre by George Collins

Review: Mina, Camden People's Theatre4.0starsConversion therapy is still legal in the United Kingdom. In Mina, Nataly Lebouleux expresses this fact with persistent clarity in the hope of rai…

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Review: How We Love, VAULT Festival by George Collins

Review: How We Love, VAULT Festival 3.0stars Annette Brook’s writing conveys markedly realistic characters who inhabit the rugged space with enough flare to drive a continually engaging an…

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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Review: Kaspar and the Sea of Houses, Barons Court Theatre by George Collins

Review: Kaspar and the Sea of Houses, Barons Court Theatre2.0StarsDeep in the basement of the moderately creepy Baron’s Court Theatre, the audience are greeted by classical music which ech…

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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Review: Crooks 1926, COLAB Theatre by George Collins

Review: Crooks 1926, COLAB Theatre4.0starsCrooks 1926 is a hugely ambitious project where you are dragged headfirst into a London based gang who will guide you through an evening of carefull…

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Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Review: VOiD, VAULT Festival by George Collins

Review: VOiD, VAULT Festival3.0Overall ScoreIn the damp bereft space of the Pit in the Vaults, we join Sophia Capasso as she anxiously jitters her leg, trembling, grinding her jaw and nervou…

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Review: Body Talk, VAULT Festival by George Collins

Review: Body Talk, VAULT Festival 3.0stars There is an abundance of theatre documenting the Queer experience at the Vault Festival and Body Talk brings us a vibrant and positive production s…

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Friday, January 31, 2020

Review: The Morning After, Above the Stag Theatre by George Collins

Review: The Morning After, Above the Stag Theatre3.0starsThe littering of a young man’s possessions colour the set which reeks of early 80s opulence; strewn socks, an unbuckled belt, a wet…

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