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Happy To Help – Park Theatre, London

Happy To Help - Park

Writer:Michael Ross Director:Roxy Cook Reviewer: Maryam Philpott We have a conflicting opinion of supermarkets; while we abhor their reported treatment of suppliers and negligible approach to Fairtrade, we all appreciate their convenience, choice and low-cost produce. Supermarkets are also major national employers and at one time or another many of us will have worked for one, either to pay your ...

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Protect and Survive -The Vaults, London

Protect And Survive at Vault Festival

Writer: Michael Ross Director: Andrew Pritchard Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   The 1980s feel like an important decade in modern history; an era defined by political individualism, the end of the cold war, the explosion of pop culture and the threat of medical conditions like HIV. For teenagers of that era, the world was changing fast, and as Michael Ross’s new ...

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VAULT VIGNETTE: Michael Ross – Protect and Survive

Protect And Survive at Vault Festival

  How would you describe your show in one sentence? Three young people in 1980s England break into a secret government bunker but it's their own buried secrets and repressed desires which come to the surface with explosive results. Is this your first visit to the VAULT Festival, if so what interesting tales have you been told about what to ...

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Fresh off the Boat! – Hen and Chickens Theatre, London

Writer: Sarah Pitard/Michael Ross Director: Eyal Israel/Cat Robey Reviewer: Fran Beaton [Rating:3.5] If feeling exceptionally right wing of an evening, probably give this play a miss. If you happen to be more to the left of the spectrum, then this exposé of British immigration policy will likely appeal to your political sensibilities. Fresh off the Boat! consists of two one-act ...

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