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Black Mountain – Paines Roundabout, Little Hulton

Writer: Brad Birch Director: James Grieve Reviewer: Andrea Allen Rebecca and Paul are off on a country break. But this is far from the idyllic isolated getaway, it’s time for an intervention, they’re here to save their relationship. As the couple try to work through their issues, the mind-games begin, and as reality and paranoia blur through the isolated landscape, ...

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A Passionate Woman – Northcott Theatre, Exeter

Writer: Kay Mellor Director: Paul Milton Reviewer: Kelyn Luther A Passionate Woman has all the subtlety of a weak, early 90s sitcom, which is unsurprising considering that it was written in 1992 by Kay Mellor, better known for Fat Friends. While this production is not exemplary, it is hard to think of how the play could be saved. On the ...

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Re:Home – The Yard Theatre, London

Writer/Director: Cressida Brown Reviewer: Daniel Perks   There is such a stigma still attached to inner city estates – high-rise tower blocks that loom over a neighbourhood and cast a menacing shadow. Within the barbed wire fences of these estates lie gangs of youths whose sole purpose seems to be intrinsically linked with drugs, crime and murder. But these buildings ...

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Eventide – Brewery Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Writer: Barney Norris Director: Alice Hamilton Reviewer: Kris Hallett It doesn't take long to realise that writer Barney Norris is the real deal. Within five minutes ofEventide, his follow-up piece to his award-winning debutVisitors,you feel yourself relaxing back in your seat aware that you're in safe hands. Without needing to resort to major narrative plot points or high stakes character ...

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Eventide – Arcola Theatre, London

  Writer: Barney Norris Director: Alice Hamilton Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   How can we ever determine the impression we have on another person’s life? As separate individuals we live surrounded by communities but it is impossible to really understand or experience another person’s life. Barney Norris’s new play Eventide set in a village pub garden explores the life of three ...

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