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Saturday, December 15, 2018

Review: Peter Pan, The Park Theatre by Tricia Wey

We all know the story of Peter Pan, the boy who refused to grow up. It’s a time-honoured favourite, especially at this time of year. With the show’s popularity, expectations for any prod…

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Friday, December 7, 2018

Review: Hole, Royal Court Theatre by Tricia Wey

The Royal Court has been extraordinary as of late at dedicating their spaces to let women experiment with form. Ellie Kendrick’s debut play Hole is another experiment: not so much a theatr…

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Saturday, November 3, 2018

Review: ear for eye, The Royal Court by Tricia Wey

debbie tucker green returns to the Royal Court with her newest play, ear for eye. Sewn together using her signature poetic style, ear for eye is a compilation of conversations centring on th…

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Sunday, September 16, 2018

Review: Misty, Trafalgar Studios by Tricia Wey

Misty, originally staged at the Bush Theatre, has made its West End debut at Trafalgar Studios, and if you didn’t get to see it its first-time round, you should absolutely try your utmost …

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Feature: Heathers: “That’s what it was like when I was at school!” by Tricia Wey

Once upon a time, Daniel Waters and Michael Lehmann put their heads together and created one of cinema’s darkest teen comedies and consequently a huge cult classic. Heathers is one of thos…

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Monday, September 10, 2018

Review: Hamilton (Lewis), King’s Head Theatre by Tricia Wey

Remember back when Hamilton was new, and people didn’t know, for certain, who or what it was about? If not: back before Hamilton was the smash hit we’ve all come to know and tweet about,…

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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Review: Spring Awakening, Stockwell Playhouse by Tricia Wey

As the sounds of My Chemical Romance and Evanescence filled the Stockwell Playhouse, I prepared myself for a foray into The post Review: Spring Awakening, Stockwell Playhouse appeared first …

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Monday, July 30, 2018

Review: Sounds and Sorcery: Celebrating Disney’s Fantasia, The Vaults by Tricia Wey

Part concert, part ballet and part visual installation: directed by Daisy Evans, Sounds and Sorcery: Celebrating Disney’s Fantasia is an The post Review: Sounds and Sorcery: Celebrating Di…

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Friday, July 27, 2018

Review: Spamilton, Menier Chocolate Factory by Tricia Wey

Gerard Alessandrini is no stranger to parodying Broadway musicals and now, the mind behind the Forbidden Broadway canon’s latest subject The post Review: Spamilton, Menier Chocolate Factor…

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Friday, July 20, 2018

Review: Bellwether, Stockwell Playhouse by Tricia Wey

Bellwether is a quiet, gated community, full of happy suburbanites; it is safe and nothing bad happens there. That is The post Review: Bellwether, Stockwell Playhouse appeared first on A You…

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Friday, May 18, 2018

Review: The Buzz, Bread & Roses Theatre by Tricia Wey

Kyla is bored. Josh is arrogant. Cordelia is wounded. And Nate just wants to change the world. The Buzz is The post Review: The Buzz, Bread & Roses Theatre appeared first on A Younger T…

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Sunday, March 25, 2018

Review: Caroline, Or Change, Hampstead Theatre by Tricia Wey

Before we get into this, let’s contextualise the surroundings. Because y’all know I love the experience as a whole. So, first off: the Hampstead Theatre is a cute li’l theatre with rea…

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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Review: Muso, Grant Museum of Zoology by Tricia Wey

One of my favourite things about London is its offering of museums, and not just the classics, like the V&A and the Science Museum. You can come across a lot of hidden gems if you know w…

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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Review: The Crystal Egg, The Vaults by Tricia Wey

How does one immerse a 21st century audience in a Victorian science fiction story about Martians? That is the question…and The Crystal Egg is the answer. The original short story was writt…

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Review: Hyperion, The Cockpit Theatre by Tricia Wey

Now, I don’t know much about clowning, so I wholeheartedly invite any of you out there who do to use your own knowledge to supplement this review. Hyperion is an hour long, one man show ab…

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Review: Hiding Heidi, Etcetera Theatre by Tricia Wey

Brexit. We know it; we all have feelings about it; it is oft-talked about. And divisive subject material is always a gold mine for creatives. Ian Dixon Potter’s lastest show with Golden Ag…

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Friday, November 17, 2017

Review: Glengarry Glen Ross, Playhouse Theatre by Tricia Wey

Firstly, let me warn you, if you have an aversion to swearing, take some time to prepare yourself before seeing Glengarry Glen Ross: there are F-bombs abundant. Published in 1984, David Mame…

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Monday, November 13, 2017

Review: Antigone, Greenwich Theatre by Tricia Wey

“A brother condemned to walk forever in the shadow of death A family teetering on the brink of catastrophe A dystopian world where one girl dares to take a stand” Antigone is Actors of D…

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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Review: Fever Pitch the Opera, Highbury Opera Theatre by Tricia Wey

I didn’t know what to expect with Fever Pitch the Opera. I had neither read the book that it’s based on, nor was I aware that there was a film until my football aficionado boyfriend told…

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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Review: Requardt and Rosenberg’s DeadClub, The Place by Tricia Wey

Calling all dance aficionados and lovers of the weird and wonderful, you may be eligible for membership to the ever exclusive DeadClub. Being performed at The Place, you would be forgiven fo…

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