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Reared – Theatre 503, London

Writer: John Fitzpatrick Director: Sarah Davey-Hull Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Out with the old, in with the new seems to be the rather strange theme of John Fitzpatrick’s new play Rearedpremiering at Theatre 503, which deals with the Malthusian idea of surplus population in one small house in suburban London. With an ageing population placing greater pressures on societal resources this ...

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Rapture – Etcetera Theatre, London

Writer and Director: Lisa McMullin Reviewer: Maryam Philpott “What is the point of you?” screams the poster for Lisa McMullins new play Rapture, taking up a three-week residencyat the Etcetera Theatre in Camden, which asks its audience to consider not only whether their own lives truly add value to the world but if pushed could we stand in judgement over ...

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This Much (or an Act of Violence Towards the Institution of Marriage) – Soho Theatre, London

Writer:John Fitzpatrick Director:Kate Sagovsky Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Navigating modern relationships can be treacherous and, while the institution of marriage is now open to couples regardless of their sexuality, for many the concept remains a difficult and outmoded one. Endless rom-coms have introduced us to the idea that we should wait for “the one” so a fictional Prince (or Princess) will ...

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