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The Playwrights Suite: Full Tilt – Canal Café Theatre, London

Writer: Sarah Pitard Director: Cat Robey Reviewer: Scott Matthewman Attending a staged reading of a work in progress is an experience unlike any other for an audience member. There is no set, no exits or entrances, no lighting or sound cues – although all of those such stage directions are read direct from the script. And so, in addition to ...

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Fresh off the Boat! – Hen and Chickens Theatre, London

Writer: Sarah Pitard/Michael Ross Director: Eyal Israel/Cat Robey Reviewer: Fran Beaton [Rating:3.5] If feeling exceptionally right wing of an evening, probably give this play a miss. If you happen to be more to the left of the spectrum, then this exposé of British immigration policy will likely appeal to your political sensibilities. Fresh off the Boat! consists of two one-act ...

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Rewritten – Tristan Bates Theatre, London

Writers: Jo Pockett, Caro Dixey, Serena Haywood, Sarah Pitard Director: Cat Robey Reviewer: Christopher Hong [rating:2.5] The premise of this collection of four plays is they allstem from a starting three pages of dialog between two people with a piece of paper and a lunchbox as props. Part of the Camden Fringe, the dialog is left deliberately vague and can ...

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Tartuffe – Canal Café Theatre, London

Writer: Moliere, Gutenberg Edition, new version by Sarah E. Pitard Director: Cat Robey Reviewer: Lettie Mckie [rating:2] The 17th C French play Tartuffe by Moliere is among the most famous and much loved classics in European theatre. It tells a fast paced and farcical tale about a corrupt vagrant prior brought down by his own greed and lust. Wittily revealing ...

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Freedom, Books, Flowers and The Moon – Waterloo East Theatre, London

Writer: Sarah Pitard (based on original material by Oscar Wilde) Director: Cat Robey Reviewer: Sonny Waheed [rating:3.5] Based on 2 short stories by Oscar Wilde (‘The Nightingale and The Rose’ and ‘The Happy Prince’) Freedom tells two stories that explores the meaning of undying love. In Act 1, based on the Nightingale and the Rose, Florica, a young gypsy woman ...

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