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Mancoin – The Vaults Festival, London

Writer: Felix Legge Director: Anna Fox Reviewer: Maryam Philpott This review is only for men. It’s nice isn’t it to have a bit of space for yourselves again, for the last two years theatre has made you care about women’s stories and tales about all kinds of equality, and two years is a really long time to be a good ...

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Southwark Playhouse, London

Writer: William Shakespeare (adapted by Simon Evans) Director: Simon Evans Reviewer: Scott Matthewman Another week, anotherDream– it seems productions of Shakespeare’s fairy fantasy are everywhere these days, from the RSC and the Globe to BBC1. Now we have a stripped down, fringe version at Southwark Playhouse. And even though it makes do with only seven actors, taking ample time to ...

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The Capone Trilogy: Lucifer – C Nova, Edinburgh

Writer: Jamie Wilkes Director: Jethro Compton Reviewer: Gareth Davies With Al Capone behind bars in Alcatraz, a power vacuum emerges within the Chicago mob in this gangster-era re-imagining of the Biblical 'fallen angel' myth. Nick (David Calvitto) is fighting public perceptions and internal pressures to step-up and take on Capone's mantle, while his wife Marlene (Suzie Preece) begins to question ...

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After the End – Alma Tavern Theatre, Bristol

Writer: Dennis Kelly Director: Ellie Trevitt Reviewer: Holly Spanner [rating:3] Dennis Kelly’s play is the story of two people’s struggle for survival and what becomes of their relationship when pitted against the odds. Mark, who has been mocked by his friends for having a fully stocked nuclear bunker in his garden, is paranoid (or perhaps passionate?) about nuclear disaster. Combined ...

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