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Anomaly – Old Red Lion Theatre, London

Writer: Liv Warden Director: Adam Small Reviewer: Stephen Bates “Post-Weinstein. Post-Spacey. Pre-Preston” reads the publicity for Liv Warden’s debut play, Anomaly, Philip Preston being the pivotal, albeit unseen, figure. However, in an hour-long drama that is sharp, sensitive and powered by topicality, the writer concerns herself less with Preston’s misdemeanours than with the impact on his three daughters.  The oldest ...

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The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Tony Harrison Director: Jimmy Walters Reviewer: Maryam Philpott What happens to characters in books and plays when we’re not looking at them; are they like the tree in the forest and do they continue to exist somewhere waiting for their story to begin again? It’s a gloomy idea, these fictional creations living a half-life out of sight until we ...

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