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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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Broken Biscuits – Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Writer: Tom Well Director: James Grieve Reviewer: Kris Hallett For Ben, Holly and Megan, their GCSE exams are behind them and a long summer of preparing to enter the ‘cool’ world of college awaits. It’s an opportunity to blow away past convention, to raise their social standings from geeky outsider to the hip in-crowd. Megan has a plan, to form ...

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Something Very Far Away – Unicorn Theatre, London

Writer and Director: Mark Arends Reviewer: Lettie Mckie [rating:4] The Unicorn is the UK’s leading theatre for Young People with a full programme of traditional stories and new writing commissions for all ages 2-21yrs. Founded by Caryl Jenner in 1947 as a touring company it now welcomes 70,000 children every year to its permanent home on Tooley Street. On the ...

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