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Somewhere a Gunner Fires – King’s Head Theatre, London

Writer and director: Tom Stuchfield Reviewer: Scott Matthewman Debuting in the centenary of the end of World War I, Tom Stuchfield’s play Somewhere a Gunner Fires, set in that conflict, has gestated for over ten years, its characters developing as the play was worked and reworked. It certainly shows. The play’s two central characters – Spencer, an English private (played ...

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The Cavalry Behind You – Theatre 503, London

Writer and Director: Tom Stuchfield Reviewer: Ann Bawtree A telling production on the sombre subject of the First World War, Tom Stuchfield’s play is brought to life through the witness of many characters, played by the six actors who are on stage for the whole of the play. The company comprises a varied group drawn not only from the allied ...

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The Gospel According to Philip – Theatre N16, London

Writers: Richard Melchior and Heidi Svoboda Director: Ross McGregor Reviewer: Jon Wainwright Philip is very excited. He's got a new messiah to follow and he's writing down his first gospel entry. Will Mytum's fresh-faced apostle is adorably wet behind the ears (Judas later jokes that Phillip can't make the Last Supper because he has to be "in bed by seven"). ...

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