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Ali and Dahlia – The Pleasance, London

Writer: Tariq Jordan Director: Kerry Kyriacos Michael Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Romeo and Juliet stories are one of dramas must reliable tropes, two lovers cruelly divided by circumstance, putting them culturally and socially at odds in spite of their physical attraction. Tariq Jordan’s first play, Ali and Dahlia which premieres at the Pleasance Theatre, adds a modern political twist when an Israeli ...

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Acorn – The Courtyard Theatre, London

Writer: Maud Dromgoole Director: Tatty Hennessy Reviewer: Deborah Klayman When two ancient tales entwine, then are given a modern twist, what can we discover about the stories we tell about women? Taking the Grecian myths of Persephone and Eurydice as its inspiration, Maud Dromgoole’s Acornis surprisingly modern and witty, with more than a few tricks up its sleeve. Persephone’s opening ...

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