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The End of Eddy – Unicorn Theatre, London

Writer: Edouard Louis Adaptor: Pamela Carter Director: Stewart Laing Reviewer: Nina Reece In The End of Eddy, Edouard Louis grows up queer and poor in Hallencourt, France. At times, Eddy Belleguele’s hometown seems so backwards it feels more fifties than nineties, with its homophobia, toxic masculinity and adherence to gender norms. Still, it is the narrative voice of Eddy, continually ...

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Almost Near – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Pamela Carter Director: Audrey Sheffield Reviewer: Christopher Hong Four bloodied and dismembered bodies strewn across the stage as the audience side steps their way past them to their seats clearly setting up the fate of this company in Afghanistan. They return in their afterlife to gradually find out what has happened to them and what it all means. Back ...

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Paul Bright’s Confessions of a Justified Sinner – Tramway, Glasgow

Writer: Pamela Carter Director: Stewart Laing Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys [Rating:5] This new theatre event at Tramway is as intriguing in its execution as it is an artistic concept: on one level ‘a multi-layered, multi-media solo performance and exhibition’ and on another, ‘a theatrical experiment in collective memory and in the creation of fiction’. The publicity material itself reads like the ...

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