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Blush – Soho Theatre, London

Writer: Charlotte Josephine Director: Ed Stambollouian Reviewer: Stephen Bates A circle of bright red carpeting centre stage establishes the themes of Charlotte Josephine's blistering assault on an era in which the human race is forever finding new ways to embarrass itself. Blush we should at the antics of a society in which, seemingly, all established norms of decent behaviour are ...

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Blush – Camden People’s Theatre, London

Writer: Charlotte Josephine Director: Ed Stambollouian Reviewer: Callum McCartney Revenge Porn: the act of posting a naked image or video online with the express purpose to cause emotional damage. For every act of revenge, there are victims. The dark, seedy underbelly of the internet is full of the exploited, the helpless and the lonely. This is the world we find ...

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Blush – Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

Writer: Charlotte Josephine Director: Ed Stamollouian Reviewer: David Doyle Charlotte Josephine’s Blush doesn’t pull any punches. It’s fast-paced, razor-sharp, and proves to be a vital examination of revenge porn. Weaving together the stories of five people affected by revenge porn, the two-hander, starring Daniel Foxsmith and Josephine herself, takes on a subject that makes for at times uncomfortable but always ...

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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with… Charlotte Josephine from BLUSH

With over 3000 shows at the world’s biggest arts festival, here at The ReviewsHub,we want to make the job of choosing your Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows that little bit easier. So here’sCharlotte Josephine from BLUSH answering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. In one sentence tell us about your show. BLUSHis a fast-paced angry and honest two-hander that explores five ...

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buckets – Orange Tree Theatre, London

Writer: Adam Barnard Director: Rania Jumaily Reviewer: Edie Ranvier buckets, premiering at Richmond’s Orange Tree Theatre, is billed as the first full-length play from director-turned-writer Adam Barnard. It’s not, strictly, full-length, running at a cool 80 minutes straight through. And it’s not so much a play as a series of more-or-less insightful cameos about the meaning of life. With balloons. ...

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Secret Theatre, Show 4 – Lyric Hammersmith, London

Writer: Hayley Squires Director: Ellen McDougall Reviewer: Nichola Daunton *WARNING: Reading the rest of this review will give away what the show is* Taking advantage of the Lyric’s re-furbishment to explore its lesser known spaces, Show Four is based on John Webster’s brutal Jacobean tragedy The White Devil. Written by Hayley Squires and re-titled Glitterland, Secret Theatre’s adaptation leaves the ...

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Bitch Boxer, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

Director:Bryony Shanahan Playwright: Charlotte Josephine Reviewer: Katie Mitchell [rating:5] A dark spotlight rises on a boxer sitting in shadow before her match begins. The boxer then surrounds the stage with powdered chalk making her own boxing ring to create boundaries she cannot cross. Chloe is one of the first female boxers to fight in the Olympics in London 2012 where ...

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