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Drip – The Lowry, Salford

Music: Matthew Robins Book & Lyrics: Tom Wells Director: Jane Fallowfield Reviewer: Sam Lowe On the way in, the audience are given blue rain ponchos. Either, there is a leak in the studio or it’s most likely to do with the fact that this, one-man musical comedy, is titled, Drip. It is presented by Script Club and Boundless Theatre, who ...

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Bird – The Door, Birmingham Rep

Writer: Laura Lomas Director: Jane Fallowfield Reviewer: Jennie Philpot The brave new drama, Bird, is an evocative one act monologue showing the tumultuous life of one inner city teenager. This play, which is supported by the Arts Council England, is on tour around Britain, spending only two nights in Birmingham before moving on to Nottingham. Leah Bird (played by Amaka ...

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Bird – Hackney Downs Studios, London

Writer: Laura Lomas Director: Jane Fallowfield Reviewer: Nichola Daunton Portraying the sexual exploitation of children in any piece of fiction is not an easy task, but Laura Lomas’ new play Bird tackles the subject with just the right degree of sensitivity and self-awareness. A one-woman show, Amaka Okafor plays Leah Bird, a 14-year-old girl who is waiting for her boyfriend ...

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