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Escape the Scaffold – The Other Room, Cardiff

Writer: Titas Halder Director: Hannah Price Reviewer: Jacqui Onions In the current political climate, Escape the Scaffold has the potential to be an important and thought-provoking piece of theatre. This new play by Titas Halder is a co-production between The Other Room, Mongrel Thumb and Theatre503 which premiered at Theatre503 in March 2017 before transferring to Cardiff. Taking the story ...

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Run The Beast Down – The Marlowe Studio, Canterbury

Writer: Titas Halder Director: Hannah Price Reviewer: Dan English Charlie suffers with insomnia, but when this is coupled with an unusual obsession with an urban fox, his life takes a dangerous turn in this bold, new one-man play at Canterbury's The Marlowe Studio. Titas Halder’s Run The Best Down is the third original production to be produced by Canterbury’s Marlowe ...

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Voyager – New Diorama, London

Devised by Idle Motion Director: Kate Stanley Reviewer: Ruby Isla Cera Marle Carrie is lost. A young teacher who’s struggling to come terms with her mother’s passing, Carrie wanders aimlessly through her daily life looking for direction. while sorting through her late mother’s belongings she comes across a tape recorder, that contains a message from the maternal figure that she ...

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Light – The Studio, Bristol Old Vic, Bristol

Writer: George Mann Director: George Mann Reviewer: Joan Phillips George Orwell frightened the world with his chilling glimpse into a dystopian, totalitarian future in his book Nineteen Eighty-Four. Theatre Ad Infinitum’s Light is a harrowing demonstration of how these issues never go away. In this version, written and directed by George Mann, we have the added complication of how modern ...

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Light – The Lowry, Salford

Writer/Director: George Mann Reviewer: Julia Taylor Theatre Ad Infinitum are Associate Artists with the Lowry but this is not their premiere production having premiered Light at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year. The shows copy for Light suggests that it's suitable for people aged 12+. No way. Even the adult audience, immersed in total darkness, sit uneasily. This feeling is ...

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