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Friday, May 24, 2019

Harper Regan review at Tabard Theatre, London – ‘a lack of quiet and subtlety’ by Grace Wood

Harper Regan debuted in 2008 at the Cottesloe, National Theatre, and has been revived by Contentment Productions – recently launched to champion

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Friday, May 17, 2019

Happy Jack review at Jack Studio Theatre, London – ‘nostalgic slice of West Yorkshire life’ by Grace Wood

John Godber’s 1982 play Happy Jack is a two-hander based on the lives of Godber’s grandparents: Jack – a “hard man” miner

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Monday, April 22, 2019

Playwright Dominique Morisseau: ‘When I’m writing, I can see myself in all my characters’ by Grace Wood

US playwright Dominique Morisseau tells Howard Sherman about theatres’ responsibility to reach black audiences, discovering musical theatre workshops and writing the book

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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

One Jewish Boy review at Old Red Lion, London – ‘tenderly performed’ by Grace Wood

Stephen Laughton’s moving play explores the relationship between Jesse (Robert Neumark Jones), a “nice Jewish boy from north London” and Alex (Asha

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Friday, December 7, 2018

Robin Hood and the Arrow of Destiny review at Theatre Peckham, London – ‘fun, if a little confused, family-orientated panto’ by Grace Wood

This year, Theatre Peckham’s seasonal offering is a retelling of Robin Hood. Originated by Richard Hurford and Rob Castell for York Theatre

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Friday, October 26, 2018

Executive director Sarah Nicholson to leave Orange Tree Theatre by Grace Wood

London’s Orange Tree Theatre has announced that executive director Sarah Nicholson is to step down from her role. Nicholson, who joined the

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Friday, October 19, 2018

Sundowning review at Tristan Bates Theatre, London – ‘a poignant play about dementia’ by Grace Wood

Despite being only 80 minutes, Nessa Muthy’s new play Sundowning feels a lot longer. Repetitive and slow, it captures the misery of

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Saturday, October 6, 2018

The Burning Tower review at Spid Theatre, London – ‘moving and passionately performed’ by Grace Wood

The Burning Tower experience starts on arrival at SPID Theatre in Kensal Rise – one mile from Grenfell. Wooden chairs are arranged

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Friday, September 28, 2018

Every Day I Make Greatness Happen review at Hampstead Theatre, London – ‘terrifyingly accurate’ by Grace Wood

Richard Molloy’s Every Day I Make Greatness Happen terrifyingly captures the trauma of state education. Both for teachers and students. Designer Lucy

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Friday, July 20, 2018

Actresses’ Franchise League: The 100-year-old feminist theatre coalition that’s inspiring writers today by Grace Wood

In 1908, at the Criterion Restaurant in Piccadilly Circus, a group of actresses, creatives and theatremakers decided to form a group. In

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Careers Clinic: Can I put stage work on my showreel? by Grace Wood

Since leaving drama school, I have mostly worked on stage. In the past year or so, I have finally graduated from just

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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Mark Shenton: What do we experts know? by Grace Wood

One of the most notorious, noxious statements of the pro-Brexit campaign was Michael Gove’s infamous declaration: “People in this country have had

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