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Thursday, September 26, 2019

Review: Call Me Fury, The Hope Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Review: Call Me Fury, The Hope Theatre 4.0stars Call Me Fury is angry, captivating and musically invigorating. It trails the stories of Salem, passing through the happenings of witch executi…

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Sunday, September 22, 2019

Review: Big The Musical, Dominion Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Review: Big The Musical, Dominion Theatre2.0starsBig The Musical, doesn’t feel big, it feels hollow. Big follows the journey of a young Josh Baskin (Jamie O’Connor) until, as Tom Hanks d…

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Monday, June 17, 2019

Review: The Flies, The Bunker by Suzannah Ball

Review: The Flies, The Bunker1.0starWritten in 1943, Jean Paul-Sartre’s The Flies adapts the Greek Myth of Orestes and his lost sister Electra as they seek to avenge their unjustly murdere…

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Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Review: Education, Education, Education, Trafalgar Studios by Suzannah Ball

Review: Education, Education, Education, Trafalgar Studios3.0starsRemember what it felt like to be in high school? Everyone was against you, failing an exam meant the end of your life and at…

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Monday, April 29, 2019

Review: Little Death Club, Underbelly Festival Southbank by Suzannah Ball

Review: Little Death Club, Underbelly Festival Southbank5.0Overall ScoreRelinquish any preconceptions, get rid of your boundaries and prepare yourself to be fully immersed into the mad world…

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Friday, April 26, 2019

Review: Goodnight Mr. Spindrift, Old Red Lion Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Review: Goodnight Mr. Spindrift, Old Red Lion Theatre2.0Overall ScoreWith careful and silky-smooth language Goodnight Mr. Spindrift introduces the audience to a world perhaps not too unlike …

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Saturday, April 20, 2019

Review: Night of the Living Dead LIVE!, Pleasance Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Review: Night of the Living Dead LIVE!, Pleasance Theatre 4.0Overall Score George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead is quite simply, a cult classic. It is iconic in black and white, ridicu…

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Friday, April 5, 2019

Review: A Super Happy Story (About Being Super Sad), The Vaults Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Review: A Super Happy Story (About Being Super Sad), The Vaults Theatre3.0starsStill on a high from its successful stint at the Vaults Festival, A Super Happy Story (About Being Super Sad) r…

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Monday, March 11, 2019

Review: Waitress, Adelphi Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Review: Waitress, Adelphi Theatre4.0starsWhisked away by songs instilled with good old country ballads, Waitress warms me up like a freshly baked pie. With soulful music and lyrics by Sara B…

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Saturday, March 9, 2019

Review: Orangutan, VAULT Festival by Suzannah Ball

Review: Orangutan, VAULT Festival 2.0stars The memory of falling into an animal enclosure may not, or at least I hope not, be a familiar one. However, the emotional turmoil that Orangutan ex…

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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Review: The New Romantic, VAULT Festival by Suzannah Ball

Review: The New Romantic, VAULT Festival 5.0Overall Score Humans love creating boundaries and placing labels. We are innately afraid to step away from the norm. Yet, modern society is at the…

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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Review: Babylon: Beyond Borders, Bush Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Review: Babylon: Beyond Borders, Bush Theatre 3.0Overall Score Babylon: Beyond Borders in an ambitious, passion-filled project spanning across four countries. In London, it feels as though I…

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Friday, February 8, 2019

Review: Mancoin, VAULT Festival by Suzannah Ball

Review: Mancoin, VAULT Festival4.0starsEnter Guy White. A seemingly harmless 20-something cis white male played by the endearing Hubert Burton. Mancoin, a bold addition to the 2019 VAULT Fes…

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Friday, February 1, 2019

Review: Father (Vader), The Barbican by Suzannah Ball

Review: Father (Vader), The Barbican5.0starsFather (Vader) is a delightful twist of comedy, melancholic drama and unnerving horror. It is set in an old folks’ home where nothing is quite a…

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Saturday, January 19, 2019

Review: Nuns, Tristan Bates Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Review: Nuns, Tristan Bates Theatre3.0Overall ScoreWith the promise of delinquency, sin and smoking, I was anticipating a hot and dangerous exploration of religious rebellion as I sat down t…

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Saturday, December 15, 2018

Review: The Messiah, The Other Palace by Suzannah Ball

The Messiah is a hilariously unpredictable exploration of Nativity. Writer and Director Patrick Barlow succeeds in creating a piece of comedy that feels alive, feeding on and reacting to the…

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Saturday, December 8, 2018

Review: Return to Elm House, Battersea Arts Centre by Suzannah Ball

With the state of the world being very much up in arms with the inevitable and much-needed presence of the Me Too movement, Return to Elm House interweaves nineteenth century feminism with p…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Review: Striking 12, Union Theatre by Suzannah Ball

There is no escaping the mandatory Christmas cheer that shall soon be, or perhaps already is, plaguing your day to day life. Although you may be filling with excitement the closer you get to…

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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Review: Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales, Unicorn Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Am I no longer privy to the magic of the mundane? While the children which scatter the front rows are happily laughing along, calling out and interacting with the actors onstage, I am left f…

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Saturday, November 10, 2018

Review: Lands, Bush Theatre by Suzannah Ball

The stamina, wit and sheer emotional energy needed to create and perform this piece of art is astounding. And this isn’t even considering the endurance Sophie Steer, one part of the two-pi…

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Friday, November 9, 2018

Review: Romeo and Juliet, The Barbican by Suzannah Ball

Welcome to the Romeo and Juliet trendy infusion. The contemporary spin on the ever-tragic teenage love story is a fun and light-hearted adaptation of the stilted and traditional original, un…

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Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Review: No Direction Home – The Cocoa Butter Club, The Camden People’s Theatre by Suzannah Ball

Going to see The Cocoa Butter Club is an experience in which everyone should partake. Though, I must warn you, you’ll need to be holding onto more than just your hats as it won’t only bl…

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Friday, October 26, 2018

Review: The Wipers Times, Arts Theatre by Suzannah Ball

This easy, affectionate and immersive play captivates the audience with its quick and docile humour. The Wipers Times, a newspaper named for the English mispronunciation of the French town Y…

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Friday, October 19, 2018

Review: The Incident, Canada Water Theatre by Suzannah Ball

If you are uncomfortable in your own worldly position, or unsure of your place, then you may find comfort in watching a glimpse of another you fight the same uncertainty in Joakim Daun’s T…

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