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Yours Sincerely – The Vaults, London

Writer: Will Jackson Director: Anna Himali Howard Reviewer:  Richard Maguire Dear Will Thank you for your show. We enjoyed it very much. Very funny, and occasionally moving, your play about the lost art of letter writing inspired us to write our own. Yours Sincerely The Reviews Hub In 2017 Will Jackson accidentally stole 300 second-class stamps from a Post Office ...

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PREVIEW: LGBTQ+ VAULTS – Yours Sincerely & Little King

The VAULT Festival is one of the most diverse festivals in the country, giving voices to minorities. The programming for LGBTQ+ shows is impressive, and in the first week alone there were at least four shows that discussed LGBTQ+ experiences. As the festival moves into its second week, The Reviews Hub's Richard Maguire talked to two queer performers, Will Jackson ...

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Spillikin – Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath

Writer and Director: Jon Welch Reviewer: Claire Hayes  The full title of this 90-minute play from Pipeline Theatre is Spillikin, A Love Story. It combines the theme of an identity lost in the debilitating chasm of dementia with the technological innovation of an on-stage robot, becoming both substitute companion and treasurer of a lifetime’s experiences. What emerges is ultimately a ...

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Spillikin – Drum Theatre, Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Writer and Director:  Jon Welch Reviewer: Joan Phillips Spillikin catches perfectly the cultural and scientific zeitgeist on two fronts. Firstly, how we help the increasing numbers of people affected by dementia in our community. Secondly, what role Artificial Intelligence (AI) and technology can take in supporting these efforts. Writer/director Jon Welch manages to balance both themes throughout this thoughtful and ...

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Rules for Living – Guild of Students, Birmingham University

Writer: Sam Holcroft Director: Will Jackson Reviewer: James Garrington We all have rules by which we live our lives. Rules to help us get by, to avoid upsetting those we care about, to keep us out of trouble. What happens, though, if a situation becomes so intense that everyone’s rules start getting battered and breaking as they are taken to ...

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