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The Falcon’s Malteser – The Vaults, London

Writer: Anthony Horowitz Adaptor: Feargus Woods Dunlop Director: Lee Lyford Reviewer: Margarita Shivarova Based on Anthony Horowitz’s novel, this stage adaptation by New Old Friends originally produced in 2014 takes the audience on a journey of solving perhaps the toughest detective case Timothy and Nick Simple have ever come across. But don’t let this surname lead to premature conclusions about the ...

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Under My Thumb – Greenwich Theatre, London

Writer: Cassiah Joski-Jethi Director: James Haddrell Reviewer: Daniel Perks An unknown open prison, more than likely designed by men, is the sparse setting for Cassiah Joski-Jethi’s latest thought-provoking piece. The focus is on six women, who have the audacity to act as individuals and expectation to be treated as such. The production opens into the unknown – these women have ...

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Dorothy – Waterloo East Theatre, London

Writer: Bryan Hodgson Directors: Jaq Bessell, Bryan Hodgson &Laura Weston Reviewer: Scott Stait   The Wonderful Wizard of Oz has filtered through popular culture and saturates the children’s fantasy world, both literature and film, and is still going strong in its 116th anniversary year. It has captured the imaginations of and transported child and adult alike to a fantastical world ...

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