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April – VAULT Festival, London

Writer: Carrie Marx Director:  Chris Lincé Reviewer:  Richard Maguire Performer Carrie Marx was behind one of the most creepy shows from last year’s VAULT Festival. In Unburied, a play about a lost children’s TV show, Marx took the audience into the dark web, with terrifying results. Her new show, April, is also unsettling and eerie. Aprilis an internet sensation. She ...

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BRIGHTON FRINGE: B.A.D.D – Sweet Waterfront

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Writer and performer: Carrie Marx Director: Chris Lincé Reviewer: James Napleton B.A.D.D (Bothered About Dungeons and Dragons) is a meta-play where the audience is, in fact, a group of concerning parents, who have gathered in a church meeting room to discuss satanic worship. A clever and sharp parody, Carrie Marx’s script fuses wry British humour within a 1980s America evangelical setting. ...

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Chapter 2 – New Diorama, London

Writers: Gareth Jandrell, Shelley Davenport, Sharon Clark, David Byrne Directors: Chris Lince, Robert Wolstenholme, Yasmeen Arden, Julia McShane Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   Sometimes a series of snacks can be more satisfying than an entire meal; there’s something about the size and variety of tastes that offers so much more than one dish. And so it can be with theatre and ...

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