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Going Through  – The Bush Theatre, London

Writer: Estelle Savasta Director:  Omar Elerian Reviewer:  Richard Maguire The Bush is one of the most socially conscious theatres in London, always tackling contemporary issues, and is never afraid of asking difficult questions. It, therefore, comes as a surprise that Going Through, a play about deafness and migration doesn’t quite hit the mark. Nour lives with a woman she wishes ...

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DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL: Nassim – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer: Nassim Soleimanpour Director: Omar Elerian Reviewer: Laura Marriott Nassim is an unconventional play by an unconventional playwright. Nassim Soleimanpour is a multi-disciplinary theatre-maker from Iran. He has a history of creating experimental, one-of-a-kind productions and Nassim is no different. As the title suggests this is a personal and vulnerable piece of work from the playwright. Each night a different actor ...

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Misty – Trafalgar Studios, London

Writer: Arinzé Kene Director: Omar Elerian Reviewer: Stephen Bates Arinzé Kene’s 2017 play good dog established the writer as an astute commentator on modern urban tensions, with his narrator positioned on a balcony above a busy street, observing the comings and goings beneath him. Here, the writer gets down and dirty, rummaging around working-class London as if to search for ...

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