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A Blockage in the System – Greenwood Theatre, London

Writer: Daniel Majiling (based on Irving Welsh) Director: Michal Vajdička Reviewer: Maryam Philpott It’s always interesting to see how other nations interpret British writing, especially when the play is particularly representative of our home nation. Czech theatre company Dejvické Theatre has turned its hand to an adaptation of an Irving Welsh short story from his collection, The Acid House, which was ...

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Theremin – Greenwood Theatre, London

Writer and Director: Petr Zelenka Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Scientist biopics remain in fashion and after the success of last year’s Photograph 51 with Nicole Kidman, Dejvicke Theatre presents a new play about Russian academic, musician and spy Lev Theremin showing at the Greenwood Theatre as part of the 20th Made in Prague Festival. Scientists, of course, make good character studies ...

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