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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Review: It Is So Ordered, Pleasance Theatre by Lucy Streeten

‘Freedom, courage, and persistence’: central to the American Civil Rights Movement of the ‘60s, these currents also coursed strongly through the new arrival of It is So Ordered at the …

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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Review: Jess and Joe Forever, Orange Tree Theatre by Lucy Streeten

The success of Zoe Cooper’s Jess and Joe Forever is emblematic of why fostering new writing is so important. Originally commissioned by Old Vic New Voices and a co-production between Oran…

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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Review: Heartbeats and Algorithms, Soho Theatre Upstairs by Lucy Streeten

Heartbeats and Algorithms is a chilling tale for the tech-savvy millennial: you are what you click; your search history defines you. Think you’re spontaneous? Think again. In her one-woman…

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Sunday, August 14, 2016

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest, Lauderdale House by Lucy Streeten

Amidst a sea of hummus pots and picnic blankets, Shooting Stars theatre company picked their way across the lawn of Lauderdale House to perform Wilde’s perennial masterpiece, The Importanc…

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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Review: Horniman’s Choice, Finborough Theatre by Lucy Streeten

The Finborough’s recent commission of four one-act plays from the Manchester School of Playwrights is a prime example of less is more. Director Anna Marsland brings to life the work of Har…

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Friday, September 25, 2015

Review: The Adding, The Cockpit by Lucy Streeten

‘If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants’ springs to mind when thinking about Ciaran Myers new play The Adding. The ‘giant’ in question is American e…

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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Review: Nadya, Park Theatre by Lucy Streeten

On 14 September, an intimate audience were witness to the baby steps of Chris Jury’s Nadya at the Park Theatre. The Production Exchange was presenting a Rehearsed Reading; thus, the cast …

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Saturday, September 12, 2015

Review: Trash, Rosemary Branch Theatre by Lucy Streeten

I had half hoped that Trash would live up to its name; it would serve to validate the use of all the puns I had been turning over in my head on the way to the Rosemary Branch Theatre. Howeve…

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Monday, August 17, 2015

Review: Bye Bye Birdie, Ye Olde Rose and Crown by Lucy Streeten

Pulling off a musical in the upstairs theatre of a pub was always going to be an ambitious undertaking. Thus my trip to see Bye Bye Birdie was one filled with apprehension, only further comp…

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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Review: Zero Down, Theatre503 by Lucy Streeten

There is nothing more gratifying than leaving the theatre having had you mind broadened and preconceptions challenged. Zero Down does just that. Sarah Herir’s text explores the human condi…

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Friday, August 7, 2015

Review: Letter to Larry, Jermyn Street Theatre by Lucy Streeten

Having established himself with the smash-hit comedy Caravan, it was interesting to see whether Donald MacDonald’s one-woman play, Letter to Larry, would be able to pack emotional depth al…

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