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The US in the 1960s. The civil rights movement. This is a familiar setting, or at least we think it is. On
There’s much to appreciate about Homing Birds, Rukhsana Ahmad’s new play, marking her return to Kali Theatre which she co-founded. Her slick
Time can feel long when you don’t know what you’re doing. Jeanine, drifts unmoored between sex with mask-making Victor and lessons with
This show feels like waking up halfway through an argument between a millennial and a baby boomer only to realise that not
Working it out: Naomi Obeng reviews Luca Rutherford's solo show in two parts - a written response, and an audio recording made immediately after the performance.
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Naomi Obeng encounters transformation, an intergalactic mission, bingo, and tons of exciting new performance at Cambridge Junction's one day fest.
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Dancing around the periphery: there's a compelling story lurking somewhere in Selina Fillinger's debut play.
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Naomi Obeng reports back from National Student Drama Festival, and on its collective conversations around how to make spaces fairer, more accessible, and more representative.
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Queens of Crime: this music hall melodrama eschews subtlety and sensitivity.
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"You can almost hear Wilde laughing at our desire for moral certainty": Naomi Obeng reviews the opening production of a year long season of Oscar Wilde.
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Drama that fills out history: Naomi Obeng reviews Tanika Gupta's new play about the fight for Indian Independence.
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