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Joanne – Soho Theatre, London

  Writers: Deborah Bruce, Theresa Ikoko, Laura Lomas, Chino Odimba, Ursula Rani Sarma Director: Roisin McBrinn Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   Hindsight is a wonderful thing. In the wake of a tragic event, it is so easy to look back and attempt to pinpoint the exact moment that things went wrong - where a different decision could have been made which ...

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LATITUDE 2015: Joanne

Artist(s): Tanya Moodie for Clean Break Writers: Chino Odimba, Theresa Ikoko, Ursula Rani Sarma, Deborah Bruce, Laura Lomas Director: Roisin McBrinn Venue: The Little House Reviewer: Glen Pearce Mental Health provision is a hot topic at the moment. While the various service providers are placed under the microscope there’s often a forgotten group. Like a stone thrown into the Latitude ...

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Heartbreak House – The Abbey Theatre, Dublin

Writer: George Bernard Shaw Director: Rosin McBrinn Reviewer: Cormac O'Brien It was with much trepidation that this reviewer took his seat in the Abbey last night. Having been in love with George Bernard Shaw’s Heartbreak House for nigh-on thirty years now, ever since an enlightened secondary-school teacher performed a miracle by bringing Shaw’s 1920 masterpiece to life for a group ...

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Afterplay – The Studio Theatre, Sheffield

Writer: Brian Friel Director: Roisin McBrinn Music: Richard Taylor Designer: Paul Wills Reviewer: Fiona Hannon Previous seasons at Sheffield Theatres have celebrated the work of Michael Frayn and Sir David Hare, this year it is the turn of Brian Friel. Three of his plays are being performed over the next few weeks. Afterplay (first performed in Dublin in 2002) is ...

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Peter Pan – Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

Writer: Robert Evans Director: Roisin McBrinn Reviewer: Becca Evans [rating:4] For a winter treat to get you in the Christmas spirit head to Sherman Theatre for a magical trip you will never forget. This different trip to Neverland is not quite what you would expect from a performance of Peter Pan. Opposed to starting out with playful youngsters in their ...

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