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The Colours – Soho Theatre, London

Writer: Harriet Madeley Director: Max Barton Reviewer: Richard Maguire A verbatim play about palliative care and death may not be the usual summer offering in London’s West End but Crowded Room’s new show at Soho Theatre warms the air rather than chills it. Following the lives of four people with terminal illnesses, The Colours successfully navigates the line between sensitivity ...

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The Listening Room – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Harriet Madeley Director: Max Barton Reviewer: Jo Beggs Shocking, brutal violent crimes. They happen in a moment, but for those they leave behind – perpetrators or victims – there’s a lifetime of anger, hurt and wondering how life could have been different. But when Writer Harriet Madeley stepped into the world of a group of people whose lives had ...

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The Me Plays: Response Evening – Old Red Lion Theatre, London

Writers: Thomas Jones &Nikolai Ribnikov, Natasha Collie, Tom Hartwell, Shaun Kitchener, Frankie Meredith, Harriet Madeley and Henry Ashe-Jepson Directors: Scott Ellis, Anne Stoffels, Elliot Brown, Anoushka Bonwick, SusanCrothers and Maud Drumgoole Reviewer: Stephen Bates   In a move to encourage up and coming writers, the producers of Andrew Maddock’s excellent pair of monologues The Me Plays invited a group of ...

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