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Flood – Tristan Bates Theatre, London

Writer: Tom Hartwell Director: Georgie Staight Reviewer: Richard Maguire It’s apt that in the same week that the weathermen warn us that August will be a washout, Flood opens at Covent Garden’s Tristan Bates Theatre as part of the Camden Fringe. Set in the West Country, after a month’s worth of rain falls in one night, Flood follows the story of Adam, who is ...

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Persuasion – Jack Studio Theatre, London

Writer: Jane Austen Director: Bryony J. Thompson Reviewer: Jon Wainwright In one sense there are very few dramatic moments in this production: A little boy is hurt (the accident occurs offstage and the child is invisible in any case), there is a foolish jump off the Cobb at Lyme, Bath is visited. Oh, and Captain Wentworth, “without saying a word” ...

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You Tweet My Face Space – Theatre N16, Balham

The cast of Your Tweet My Facespace

Writer: Tom Hartwell Director: Annie Stoffels Reviewer: T. L. Wiswell   It’s hard to pin down the chaotic madness that lies at the heart of You Tweet My Face Space. It’s billed as a social media comedy, but it’s so much more than just a few sad jokes about hashtags and defriending people. Sure, there are some obvious jokes (the ...

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The Me Plays: Response Evening – Old Red Lion Theatre, London

Writers: Thomas Jones &Nikolai Ribnikov, Natasha Collie, Tom Hartwell, Shaun Kitchener, Frankie Meredith, Harriet Madeley and Henry Ashe-Jepson Directors: Scott Ellis, Anne Stoffels, Elliot Brown, Anoushka Bonwick, SusanCrothers and Maud Drumgoole Reviewer: Stephen Bates   In a move to encourage up and coming writers, the producers of Andrew Maddock’s excellent pair of monologues The Me Plays invited a group of ...

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