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Adam Hess : Salmon – Heroes @ The Hive, Edinburgh

Reviewer: Andy Moseley Audiences may not know who Adam Hess is, but he certainly hopes to change that, so much so that a feature of this show is the frequent return to a note book with assorted facts and unusual observations about him. It’s a great device that helps to make him a very genuine, honest, entertaining, and amusing comedian. ...

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Heartbreak Hotel -The Jetty,Greenwich

Devised: The Company Dramaturg: Lucy Benson-Brown Director: Sam Curtis-Lindsay Reviewer:Andy Moseley While Graceland takes up an extended residence at the O2, Heartbreak Hotel has opened for business down at the end of Lonely Street, well actually down the end of the road at the Jetty, but it’s near enough. However, for anyone thinking this might be another event aimed at ...

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Das Spiel: Are You Part of The Game? – Ovalhouse, London

  Deviser and performer:Philipp Oberlohr Director: James Blakey Reviewer:Andy Moseley   Are You Part of The Game? It sound like the opening of a weekend quiz show on ITV or Channel 4, inviting participants to look under their seats and see if they’ve been chosen to go head to head with Philip Schofield in the quest for prizes via dubious ...

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All My Sons – Richmond Theatre, London

Writer: Arthur Miller Director: Michael Buffong Reviewer:Andy Moseley While there are some classic plays that seem to be lost to the mists of time, relying on the occasional rediscovery by fringe theatre producers to get them in front of audiences, others seem to be perennially popular, with new productions every year meaning that you could safely miss one in the ...

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Bull – Young Vic, London

Writer: Mike Bartlett Director: Clare Lizzimore Reviewer:Andy Moseley Stripped back drama where characters are laid bare in front of the audience with nothing to hide behind, or pure exposition devoid of subtext, subtlety or layering? A convincing argument could be made for either interpretation of Mike Bartlett’s 2013 play Bull, finally receiving its London premiere at the Young Vic. That ...

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This is not a Christmas Play – The Top Secret Comedy Club, London

Writer: Robert Wallis and Liam Fleming Director: Jonathan Woodhouse Reviewer:Andy Moseley   If there’s one thing you can say aboutThis is not a Christmas Playit’s that the title is accurate. David, one of two friends who share a house is waiting hopefully for an ex-girlfriend so that they can have a romantic meal and maybe end up back together. As ...

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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – Savoy Theatre, London

Writer: Jeffery Lane Music and Lyrics: David Yazbek Director and Choreographer: Jerry Mitchell Reviewer:Andy Moseley Joining the cast of a successful West End production must be a daunting prospect at any time, but even more so when you’re taking over from one of the original cast, and are less well known than either him or other recent additions to the ...

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Warehouse of Dreams – The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, London

Writer: Chuck Anderson Director: Dan Phillips Reviewer:Andy Moseley   Warehouse of Dreams paints a bleak picture of life in a refugee camp, made all the more discomforting by the fact that, while a piece of fiction, it is based on true events. Unfortunately, what could be a hard-hitting piece ultimately sinks under the weight of exposition and position statements that ...

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