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Tango Moderno – Milton Keynes Theatre

Director: Karen Bruce Reviewer: Maggie Constable Fleckerl away to Milton Keynes Theatre this week where you will be invited to share an evening with the wonderful Flavia Cacace who, with Leonel Di Cocco and Pasquale La Rocca, performs the effervescent Tango Moderno, choreographed by none other than ex-Strictly dancer Karen Bruce along with Flavia and Vincent Simone (Vincent cannot appear ...

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Dirty Great Love Story – Arts Theatre, London

Writers: Richard Marsh and Katie Bonna Director: Pia Furtado Reviewer: Deborah Parry A bloke once said the 'course of true love never runs smoothly' and, hundreds of years later, Richard Marsh and Katie Bonna bring us a play which illustrates that this is still very much true and that exploring the subject on stage still entertains. The plot of Dirty Great ...

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Wingman – The Nuffield Theatre, Southampton

Writer: Richard Marsh Director: Justin Audibert Reviewer: Rosanna Sloan Written and performed by Richard Marsh, Wingman is a refreshingly honest, beautifully crafted spoken word comedy that grips the audience from start to finish. We meet Richard as he is losing his mum to cancer and is forced to meet his disappointment of a father at his mother's bedside. As his ...

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Wingman – Crucible Studio, Sheffield

Writer: Richard Marsh Director: Justin Audibert Reviewer: Sheila Stratford Wingman is a touchingly, funny and heart-warming comedy of a broken down father-son relationship. Written and acted by Richard Marsh, an Edinburgh Fringe First winner. The thirty-something son is at his mother's deathbed when his father arrives on the scene; however Richard (the son played by Richard Marsh) does not want ...

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Wingman – Soho Theatre, London

Writer: Richard Marsh Director: Justin Audibert Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   Parental relationships can be fraught with complication, particularly when a mother or father chooses to leave their children without seeing them again for years if not decades. The intricacies of such decisions and their consequences often make a good basis for dramatic exploration. Wingman, transferring from the Edinburgh Festival to ...

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EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEW: Wingman

Fringe First winner Richard Marsh brings his new father-son comedy Wingman to Edinburgh this year. You’re a Fringe veteran what has been your experience in the past? I've really enjoyed it. The last time I was up was in 2012 withDirty Great Love Story which I co-wrote and co-performed with Katie Bonna and we were lucky enough that the show ...

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PREVIEW: Latitude Festival Gears Up For Eighth Edition

Eight years ago a newcomer entered the summer festival scene. Many saw it as an already crowded market but organisers saw a gap in the market for something different. More Than Just A Music Festival the posters claim and for Latitude that claim is more than justified. Latitude has now firmly established itself on the festival calendar, being named best ...

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Dirty Great Love Story – Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

Writers: Richard Marsh and Katie Bonna Director: Pia Furtado Reviewer: Flip Miller [rating:4.5] From the minute Richard Marsh and Katie Bonna walk on stage you were immediately pulled into their lives and their on / off relationship. This one act play is the poetry equivalent of a Marian Keyes novel. You, the audience are outsiders looking in at the players. ...

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