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Love, Lies and Taxidermy – Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

Writer: Alan Harris Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Jaclyn Martin In a town where “all roads lead to Tesco”, it’s inevitable that this is the setting for Valentine and Vicky’s first date and the starting point for this story. A quirky spin on the classic boy-meets-girl tale – boy meets girl and tries to convince her not to film a porno… ...

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Love, Lies and Taxidermy – Theatr Clwyd, Mold

Writer: Alan Harris Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Emma Boswell  Theatr Clwyd, Paines Plough and Sherman Theatre join forces to bring Alan Harris’ off-beat comedy Love, Lies and Taxidermy to life on stage. The show tells the tale of the earnest and lovable young Valentine, the well-meaning son of a Polish taxidermist meeting Ashley, the forthright and no-nonsense daughter of Mr ...

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I Got Superpowers for My Birthday – The Roundabout, Eccles

Writer: Katie Douglas Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Jay Nuttall Embarking on an eight-week tour following a month’s run at the Edinburgh Festival, Paines Plough present three plays in repertoire in their incredible touring Roundabout theatre with an offering for children in the form of the fantastical I Got Superpowers for My Birthday. As part of the Love Eccles Festival this ...

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Love, Lies and Taxidermy – The Roundabout, Eccles

Writer: Alan Harris Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Jay Nuttall Fresh from a sell-out month at Summerhall at the Edinburgh Festival, Paines Plough Theatre Company’s wonderful portable, pop-up Roundabout theatre arrives on the outskirts of Manchester as part of the Love Eccles Festival. Situated next to the Parish Church in the town centre there are three days of shows beginning with ...

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Growth – Roundabout @ Summerhall, Edinburgh

andy rush in growth

Writer: Luke Norris Reviewer: Laura Hibbert Hilarious, heartwarming and relevant, Growthis a comedy about growing up and manning-up from rising star Luke Norris [So Here We Are, Royal Exchange; Goodbye To All That, Royal Court]. When Tobes finally plucks up the courage to see a doctor about the lump he’s ignored for two years, the audience learns there’s more he ...

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Loves, Lies and Taxidermy – Roundabout @ Summerhall, Edinburgh

Richard Corgan and Remy Beasley in Loves, Lies and Taxidermy Summerhall Paines Plough Roundabout, Edinburgh

Writer: Alan Harris Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Laura Hibbert Lights go down and immediately the audience are thrown into a rapidly paced boy meets girl love story set in Merthyr, Wales. Things are going well for Valentine, son of a Polish taxidermist and Ash, daughter of a failing ice-cream salesman, but family secrets and lies make it difficult for these ...

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I Got Superpowers For My Birthday– Summerhall, Edinburgh

Writer: Katie Douglas Director: George Perrin Reviewer: David Doyle It’s not easy being a teenager. Parents, school, and friends all make things more difficult, particularly when you’re throwing the best birthday party ever. So then just what would happen if on your thirteenth birthday you woke up and suddenly had superpowers? That’s what Fiona, William, and Ethan have to contend ...

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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with…Alan Harris for Love, Lies & Taxidermy

With over 3000 shows at the world's biggest arts festival, here at The ReviewsHub,we want to make the job of choosing your Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows that little bit easier. So here’s Alan Harris for Love, Lies &Taxidermyanswering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. In one sentence tell us about your show. An unconventional love story set in Merthyr Tydfil. ...

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