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The Tide Jetty – John Peel Centre, Stowmarket

Writer: Tony Ramsay Director: Scott Hurran Reviewer: Michael Gray Like all of Eastern Angles’ most successful productions, this story is firmly rooted in the region. It tells the timeless, tragic tale of two brothers, Tucky and Nathan, who spend an idyllic childhood on the banks of Breydon Water, where the Norfolk Broads meet the North Sea. Their constant companion is ...

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Alan, We Think You Should Get a Dog – Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

three men one woman hands in air

Writer: The Company Director: Sam Hardie and Lucas Button Reviewer: Tom Ralphs Madness’ Our House plays in the background, while two people create a Happy 70th Birthday banner, and another two decorate the house and anticipate the arrival of birthday boy Alan. It’s a light, entertaining opening to a play that then takes a darker turn and continues down that ...

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Rat In A Box – Tristan Bates Theatre, London

Writer: Abe Buckoke Director: Abe Buckoke Reviewer: Tom Finch It’s a set up that thousands of young people will find familiar; moving to the big city and trying to the nicest, cheapest, least rat infested accommodation possible. Rat In A Box, the first venture from production company Rich Creative and SLAM Theatre is an unusual look at trying to make ...

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