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Gabriel – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford

Writer: Moira Buffini Director: Kate McGregor Reviewer: Steve Turner Guernsey 1943 two and a half years into the German occupation and the locals have learned how to get along with the occupiers. Jeanne Becquet (Belinda Lang) is no exception to this, having been forced to move from a far grander residence into somewhere much smaller, she is making the best ...

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The Lost Boy – St Mary’s Creative Space, Chester

Writer: Stephanie Dale Director: Kate McGregor Reviewer: Clare Boswell Two years in the making, The Lost Boy is the latest offering by Chester-based company Theatre in the Quarter and is a timely and compelling piece based around the current refugee crisis. Writer Stephanie Dale has impressively covered a lot of ground in this 90-minute play, balancing a heart-felt and personal ...

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Gabriel – Liverpool Playhouse

Writer: Moira Buffini Director: Kate McGregor Reviewer: Tate James The catalogue of World War II dramas tends to focus heavily on the masculinity of war: young boys becoming men the moment they enlist, the horrors of those fighting for us all, the aftermath of their experience as they struggle to integrate back into everyday life. Stories of victims of war ...

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Honest – Courtyard Theatre, London

Writer: Alice Nicholas Director: Kate McGregor Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Honest is the story of teenagers Bel, Coog and Maisie who for one evening break into a local graveyard to commemorate both the end of summer and the one-year anniversary of Danny’s death. Although most people might go along in the daytime and put some flowers on his grave, this group ...

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