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London Film Festival 2019 – Rocks

Writer: Theresa Ikoko Director: Sarah Gavron Reviewer: Maryam Philpott One of the greatest things about the London Film Festival is the chance to see new perspectives and particularly movies by homegrown talent. These films don’t always attract big distribution deals or star names, but they are a celebration of everything that the British Film Industry can be with new writers, ...

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Girls – Soho Theatre, London

Writer: Theresa Ikoko Director: Elayce Ismail Reviewer: Deborah Klayman How far would you be willing to go to survive? Theresa Ikoko’s award-winning play Girls places three friends in an increasingly dangerous situation that challenges them individually to answer the question, and stretches their relationships, sometimes to breaking point. As the audience enters, Ruhab (Yvette Boakye), Haleema (Anita-Joy Uwajeh) and Tisana ...

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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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