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Stories to Tell in the Middle of the Night – The DOOR, Birmingham REP

Stories to Tell In The Middle Of The Night

Writer: Francesca Millican-Slater Reviewer:  John Kennedy Having garnered Edinburgh Fringe rave reviews, spook-central for getting gripped in the crypt, Millican-Slater’s self-penned observations of the banal to the bizarre, the mundane to the macabre, ensure that things are certain going to go strangely bump tonight. A debut Rep production supported by The Barry Jackson Trust, tonight’s elegiac lyrical love letter to ...

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Forensics of a Flat (and other stories) – Camden People’s Theatre, London

Writer: Francesca Millican-Slater Reviewer: Joanna Trainor With wine, cheese and Buble; Francesca Millican-Slater tells the story of her flat, from a dirt path to wooden walls. Though it might sound like a history lesson, her warmth and love and enthusiasm for the life of her former abode, makes the evening seem more like a housewarming party with friends and karaoke. ...

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Me, Myself and Miss Gibbs – Lowry Theatre, Salford

Writer/Performer: Francesca Millican-Slater Reviewer: Helen Jones [rating:3.5]   Miss Millican_Slater has based this hour-long monologue on the events that took place when she started an art project while at university. Browsing in a little hippy shop in Totnes, she came across a postcard posted on July 15th 1910 addressed to a Miss L Gibbs. The postcard of Lincoln Cathedral had ...

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