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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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Weald – Finborough Theatre, London

David Crellin (Sam), Dan Parr (Jim). in Weald

Writer: Daniel Foxsmith Director: Bryony Shanahan Reviewer: Stephen Bates   The role of men in a world in which the gender balance has shifted and pressures of life have increased is the underlying theme of Daniel Foxsmith’s new one-act play, taking the perspectives of two generations. The play’s rural setting represents a simpler lifestyle that allows basic priorities to be ...

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Licensed To Ill – Camden People’s Theatre, London

Simon Maedar, Adam El Hagar, Tope Mikun and Daniel Foxsmith

Writers/directors: Simon Maedar and Adam El Hagar Reviewer: Scott Matthewman Band biographies are a tried and tested form of jukebox musical these days, the West End currently playing host to Jersey Boys, Sunny Afternoon and Beautiful. When the subject matter is a white Jewish hip-hop group from New York, the idea of transforming their story into a musical is clearly ...

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If I Were Me – Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

Director: Jasmine Woodcock-Stewart Reviewer: David Doyle If I Were Me is the latest offering from Antler Theatre who are no stranger to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. This latest piece centres on marketing man, Phillip, who is so totally unremarkable that nobody else in the office really notices him. What follows is a surreal look at Phillip’s life, as he moves ...

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