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Chutney – Bunker Theatre, London

Writer: Reece Connolly Director: Georgie Staight Reviewer: Scott Matthewman One of the pressures that long-term couples face is how to maintain interest in one another. One such solution is to find a mutual hobby – but in Reece Connolly’s gloriously macabre black comedy Chutney, one couple’s particular hobby proves their undoing. Connolly posits Gregg and Claire as a couple who ...

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That Girl, Old Red Lion Theatre, London

Writer: Hatty Jones Director: Tim Cook Reviewer: Sophia Moss If you were a child in the late 90’s/early 2000’s, you’ve probably seen the 1998 film Madeline. Hatty Jones, who played Madeline in real life, has written an unhinged version of herself into That Girl, a play which explores life after child acting, female relationships, London life and the fear of ...

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Dinosaur Dreams – Etcetera Theatre, London

Writer and Director: Will Adolphy Reviewer: Maryam Philpott There remains a considerable stigma around mental illness and many of the issues facing sufferers and carers are poorly understood. Will Adolphy’s new play Dinosaur Dreams showing at the Etcetera Theatre goes some way to addressing this by following a young student who is hospitalised after a “psychotic episode”. Working with The ...

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