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BU21 – Trafalgar Studios, London

Writer: Stuart Slade Director: Dan Pick Reviewer: Karl O’Doherty If the subject and execution doesn’t get you, the direct challenge to the audience will. The play uses a fictitious terrorist attack on London (a guided missile bringing flight BU21 down onto residential Fulham) and a support group set up for survivors as its core. Through this, we meet the characters, ...

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Jelly Beans – Theatre 503, London

Writer and Director: Dan Pick Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   One of the most important purposes of the London fringe is to offer-up a range of voices, ones that tell us about stories, cultures and people that are often under-represented. Visiting the West End is frequently a middle-class affair with its umpteenth revival of Hayfever that can seem a million miles ...

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Cans – Theatre 503, London

Writer: Stuart Slade Director: Dan Pick Reviewer: Nichola Daunton Taking recent new stories about historical sexual abuse and celebrity as a jumping off point, Stuart Slade has created a very funny and often moving play about what it means to be at the heart of the storm. Cans is the story of Jen and her disheveled and floundering Uncle Len. ...

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