Home / Tag Archives: Jessica Lazar

Tag Archives: Jessica Lazar

East – King’s Head Theatre, London

Writer: Steven Berkoff Director: Jessica Lazar Reviewer: Stephen Bates Returning to the King’s Head where it made its debut in 1975, East, Steven Berkoff’s angry and unsentimental homage to London’s East End, has lost none of its potency. Now, as then, there is a sense that the theatre’s location, in North London bordering on the East, provides the writer with ...

Read More »

Deadly Dialogues – C Venue, Edinburgh

two womens heads spray painted on a wall

Writer: Nazish Khan  Director: Jessica Lazar Reviewer: Chloe St George "Evils find a justified outlet...those evils become 3D". Such is one explanation for radicalisation entertained in Deadly Dialogues. Other explanations are less black and white. A manipulative rhetoric that 'gets under your skin'? Adopting someone's ideology in exchange for protection and trust? Or because God's rules would have kept you ...

Read More »