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Russian Dolls – King’s Head Theatre, London

Author: Kate Lock Director: Hamish Macdougall Reviewer: Ann Bawtree At the King’s Head Theatre on 8 April the audience was treated to the World Premier of Kate Lock’s new play, Russian Dolls. Already the winner of the Adrian Pagan Award, it had previously been shortlisted for the Bruntwood prize in 2013. Immediately following the all-male production of To Kill a ...

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I Went To A Fabulous Party… – C Too, Edinburgh

Writer: Andy Davies Reviewer: David Doyle Sadly I Went To A Fabulous Party… is less fabulous, more dreary. The premise is rather straightforward, a group of gay and bisexual men are gathering for a party at married couple Matt and Lee’s house. There’s potential here for good comedy with many of the gay tropes from twink to gym bunny, to ...

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Shock Treatment – King’s Head Theatre, London

Writer: Jim Sharman Adaptor: Tom Crowley Lyricist: Richard O’Brien Composer: Richard Hartley Reviewer: Tom Finch   Producing a sequel to The Rocky Horror Show, arguably the most celebrated cult musical, is no mean feat and to invite criticism which doesn’t simply compare it to the original is a challenge. The billing for the world premiere ofShock Treatmentdoes not help matters ...

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