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Pepper & Honey – Derby Theatre

Writer: Kristina Gavran Director: Tilly Branson Reviewer: Hannah Powell What does home mean for those whose lives are left precariously in the balance by looming post-Brexit Britain? Notnow Collective present the premiere of their new one-woman show Pepper & Honey on the day after the UK was planned to leave the European Union. Twelve Years, Seven rented apartments, Five jobs, and three different ...

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Man To Man – Park Theatre, London

Writer: Manfred Karge Director: Tilly Branson Reviewer: Nichola Daunton   Originally written before the fall of the Berlin Wall, Manfred Karge’s one-woman play Man to Man now has an added scene, performed here for the first time in the UK, which brings it fittingly up-to-date, just in time for the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Wall. First performed ...

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Man to Man – Mercury Theatre Studio, Colchester

Writer: Manfred Karge Translator: Anthony Vivis Director: Tilly Branson Reviewer: Michael Gray This exceptional one-woman piece, by the East German playwright Manfred Karge, was inspired by the same true story that prompted Brecht to write The Good Person of Sechuan. Originally titled Jacke wie Hose (jacket or trousers - roughly, "same difference") it was brought to the UK in the ...

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