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Kill Climate Deniers – The Pleasance, London

Writer: David Finnigan Director: Nic Connaughton Reviewer: David Guest It’s a daring title for an audacious play. Kill Climate Deniersboldly tackles the issue of climate change and eco-politics, sending its audience out provoked, open-mouthed and delightfully entertained. With the play opening in the same week that one of the most outspoken climate deniers in the western world visited the UK ...

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Cougar – Orange Tree Theatre, London

Writer: Rose Lewenstein Director: Chelsea Walker Reviewer: Scott Matthewman One of the many downsides to corporate travel is that every hotel room ends up looking much the same as any other. That plays into the literary and design aesthetic of the Orange Tree Theatre’s latest collaboration with English Touring Theatre, which continually flashes forward to a succession of identikit bedrooms. ...

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Jonny & The Baptists: The End is Nigh – The Drum, Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Jonny Donahoe and Paddy Gervase

Devisors:Jonny Donahoe and Paddy Gervase Reviewer: Joan Phillips They do say you should never lie to children and maybe Jonny Donahoe will remember that next time he is tempted to give a child a short answer to a complicated question. This year’s offering from Donahoe and Gervers’ Jonny and the Baptists describes what happened when a fatigued Jonny accidentally told ...

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Pete (the Temp) Verses Climate Change – Arnolfini, Bristol

Writer: Pete Bearder Producer: Renaissance One Reviewer: Madelaine Bowman Written and performed by spoken word artist and climate change activist, Pete Bearder, this witty and theatrical poetry performance brings into focus the issue of climate change – the biggest known threat to the longevity of our planet and to the future of those who live upon it. The show is ...

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