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A Level Playing Field – Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Writer:Jonathan Lewis Director:Chris Popert Reviewer:MichaelGray   Education, Education, Education. That's the theme, and the over-arching title, of Jonathan Lewis's new trilogy. Looking at the system through the eyes of the teachers, the parents, and first, here, the students. Confined in exclusion between Politics and Philosophy A-level exams, they brag, they whinge, they indulge in banter that's borderline bullying.Laddishness shades into ...

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Broken Youth – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Karen Woods Director : Lauren Warwick / Karen Woods Reviewer : Sarah Cassidy [Rating:3] “If you do what you always do, you’ll get what you’ve always got.” Local author, playwright and director Karen Woods brings the play from her first novel to the stage in Salford. Woods novels are renowned for being raw and gritty northern stories which hold ...

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