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Fantastic Mr Fox – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Roald Dahl Adaptor: Sam Holcroft Director: Maria Aberg Reviewer: Jay Nuttall  “No-one outfoxes a fox”. It’s an adage that is at the heart of Roald Dahl’s beloved tale – pardon the pun.  But when Mr Fox isn’t quite as fantastic as he once was – besieged by his nemesis and minus his bushy tail – he’s going to need ...

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Unscorched – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Luke Owen Director: Justin Audibert Reviewer: Alex Ramon [rating:3.5] Unscorched, the debut play by Luke Owen, is the winner of this year’s Papatango New Writing Prize, an award that’s previously gone to such critically well-received works as Dawn King’s Foxfinder (2011) and Louise Monaghan’s Pack (2012). Apparently selected unanimously by the judges from more than 500 entries, Owen’s text ...

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La Turista: Café Duende – Morito Tapas Bar, London

Performance script compiled by Jamie Harper Director: Jamie Harper Reviewer: Ian Foster [rating:4] “Ni en la vida ni en la guerra se puede triunfar sin fe.” The 1937 words of the Spanish Republican Prime Minister Juan Negrín are draped across the window of Morito Tapas Bar to beckon us into the highly evocative world of La Turista: Café Duende, a ...

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