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The Listening Room – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Harriet Madeley Director: Max Barton Reviewer: Jo Beggs Shocking, brutal violent crimes. They happen in a moment, but for those they leave behind – perpetrators or victims – there’s a lifetime of anger, hurt and wondering how life could have been different. But when Writer Harriet Madeley stepped into the world of a group of people whose lives had ...

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There is a Field  – Theatre503, London

Writer: Martin Askew Director:  Esther Baker Reviewer:  Richard Maguire Mark used to get high with smack but now he gets high from religion. He’s just got a big fix of Allah and seeks to convert his East End neighbourhood to Islam. Martin Askew’s debut play There is a Field explores the life of a Muslim convert, but ultimately it borrows too much ...

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