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Friday, April 21, 2023

‘Fascinating & informative’: THE MAKINGS OF A MURDERER – Touring by Laurakressly

The Makings of a Murderer at the Adelphi Theatre is certainly worth catching if it comes near you on tour, though a strong stomach and nerves of steel certainly are highly recommended.

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Sunday, April 16, 2023

‘Both original & daring’: WONDERLAND IN ALICE – Theatre Peckham by Laurakressly

Directed by Lisa Millar and choreographed by Christopher Tendai, Wonderland in Alice is an original adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s tale that explores its themes and tropes through contempor…

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Friday, March 17, 2023

‘Captivating writing & strong acting’: THE MESSIAH COMPLEX – VAULT Festival by Laurakressly

A blend of Orwell’s 1984 and the American Horror Story TV series, The Messiah Complex is a dystopian thriller that explores the extremes of conflicting belief systems. It takes place in a …

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Friday, March 3, 2023

’An excellent, intimate production’: GRACELAND – Royal Court Theatre by Laurakressly

As much as the character of Nina displays resilience and fortitude throughout Graceland at the Royal Court Theatre, she is also self-conscious and delicate. This balance, and Wong Davies’ …

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Friday, January 27, 2023

‘A great foundation to an unconventional story’: PROJECT ATOM BOI – Vault Festival by Laurakressly

Project Atom Boi follows the story of Yuanzi (Xiaonan Wang), a doomer who, pressured by a self-indulgent Filmmaker (Francesca Marcolina), starts re-exploring the memories of her childhood in…

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Saturday, January 14, 2023

‘It is certainly a good night out’: THE COMMITMENTS – Touring by Laurakressly

Originally from the Roddy Doyle book, which was also adapted into a wonderful Neil Jordan film, this is the latest touring version of the musical, The Commitments. Set in 1980s Dublin, this…

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Friday, January 15, 2016

Botallack O’Clock, Old Red Lion Theatre by Laurakressly

Roger Hilton was an abstract artist working in Cornwall until his death in 1975. As alcoholism and ill health took hold, he confined himself to a basement bedroom and studio, prolifically ch…

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Give Me Your Love, Battersea Arts Centre by Laurakressly

I’ve grown up always having pet cats and it’s absolutely true that cats love being in cardboard boxes. I stumbled on a Buzzfeed or similar article recently that says cats seek ou…

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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Auld Acquaintance, Bread & Roses Theatre by Laurakressly

Imogen and Jake are a trendy, young couple with a new born daughter. It’s nearly Christmas and they are at their mother’s house with Jake’s brother Rob and his wife, Natash…

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Friday, January 8, 2016

Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern by Laurakressly

Banned at Ipswich School for Girls last year for ‘inappropriate language’, Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s new play, Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern is certainly not the profan…

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