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On the Other Hand We’re Happy – Roundabout, Salford

Writer: Daf James Director: Stef O’Driscoll Reviewer: Sam Lowe Bringing a slice of the Edinburgh Fringe universe to Albert Park in Salford is… Roundabout. A transportable, practicable, and valuable theatre in the round space, which looks like a spaceship. This is bringing theatre out into the Salford Community. It rightfully boasts four premieres of plays, free events, comedy, and music. ...

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Tiger Bay The Musical – Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Music by: Daf James Book and lyrics: Michael Williams Director: Melly Still Reviewer: Beth Steer Set in Cardiff’s Tiger Bay in the early 1900s, Tiger Bay The Musical is perhaps the most significant production by Wales Millennium Centre to date. Produced in association with Cape Town Opera, this raucous, roaring musical is one of revolution, conflict, and courage, at a time of the city’s deepest unrest. ...

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Yuri – Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

Adapted by: Daf James Director: Mathilde López Reviewer: David Doyle Who is Yuri? That’s the question at the centre of August012’s new farce Yuriat Underbelly. Patrick and Adele can’t have a child and then Yuri appears, or more correctly Adele finds him at Lidl one day and decides to take him home. His presence in their small Cardiff home changes ...

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