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The Comedy About A Bank Robbery – The HOUSE, Birmingham REP

Writer: Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields Director: Kirsty Patrick Ward Reviewer: Selwyn Knight The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is a fast-moving, farcical piece of nonsense that has the audience laughing almost from the very start. Ostensibly a send-up of the heist movie, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery includes such stalwarts of Mischief Theatre’s style as slick visual gags, ...

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LATITUDE 2015: Chef

Artist(s): Jade Anouka Writer: Sabrina Mahfouz Director: Kirsty Patrick Ward Venue: Theatre Tent Reviewer: Kris Hallett Chef is a tour-de-force both in its writing and its performance. Sabrina Mahfouz’s Fringe First winning text is a poetic, visceral thrill ride given a performance that matches it blow-by-blow by Jade Anouka that has already won her a Stage acting award and is ...

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Chef – Soho Theatre, London

Writer: Sabrina Mahfouz Director: Kirsty Patrick Ward Reviewer: Stephen Bates   Food offers up a metaphor for everything in life as viewed by Sabrina Mahfouz in her onewoman play. The chain which sees it move from source to kitchen, its careful preparation and its final consumption are all shown to correspond with twists and turns of fate. The central character, ...

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