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Uncle Vanya – Theatr Clwyd, Mold

Writer: Anton Chekhov Adapter: Peter Gill Translator: Helen Rappaport Director: Tamara Harvey Reviewer: Charlie Senate To end the second act, Sonya (Rosie Sheehy), the professor’s assiduous daughter, who, along with her uncle Vanya [Jamie Ballard], manages the estate which has funded her father’s academic career, giddily begs her step-mother Elena (Shanaya Rafaat) to play a little diddy. “Oh, do, do! ...

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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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Bird – Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

Writer: Katherine Chandler Director: Rachel O’Riordan Reviewer: Jaclyn Martin   The pure white tiles of the set are covered in putrid mildew and the yellow-orange stains of rust. This is what happens when something is left without loving care for too long. This is the story of young Ava, a girl on the cusp of adulthood who has never known ...

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Chicken – Roundabout@Summerhall, Edinburgh

Writer: Molly Davies Director: Steven Atkinson Reviewer:Andy Moseley Take devolution, climate change and rising tides, add in over population of the capital, economic disparity caused by second homers and the resentment generated in the host communities, and then round the mix of with almost medieval folklore to remind people it was not always like this, and you have the recipe ...

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