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KITE – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

The company of KITE

Directors: Rachael Canning and Eddie Kay Reviewer: Abbie Rippon This beautiful story, told through movement, is a real credit to The Wrong Crowd theatre co. This production combines an effective, creative story line, physical theatre, imaginative use of set and space and ingenious use of puppets to tell the tale of a young girl who after a tragedy in the ...

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Kite – The Lowry, Salford

The company of KITE

Director/Designer: Rachael Canning Reviewer: Jay Nuttall Bob Dylan's iconic lyrics that the answer might be blowing in the wind are not far off the mark in this beautiful hour of carefully crafted work from The Wrong Crowd. Blustering into The Lowry's studio space as part of its nationwide tour this is a piece of theatre you may never have seen ...

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Romeo and Juliet – Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Rachel O’Riordan Reviewer: Barbara Michaels Star-crossed lovers and family feuding are at the heart of Romeo and Juliet, perhaps the most romantic of Shakespeare’s plays. A much-anticipated and brave choice for artistic director Rachel O’Riordan’s major production in her first season at the Sherman. Unfortunately – and perhaps it was first night nerves - O’Riordan’s vicious ...

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The Hotel Plays – Langham Hotel, London

Writer: Tennessee Williams Director: Anthony Banks, James Hillier, Jonathan Humphreys Reviewer: Ian Foster A soldier on leave, a lover in the cupboard, an actress in her dotage; newlyweds, mistresses, hucksters; satin pyjamas, warm croissants, endless liquor. Such is the stuff of many a hotel and in the plush surroundings of the Langham, London, all of the above and more can ...

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