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Manpower – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Devised and Performed by Alister Lownie and Katerina Radeva Reviewer: Dominic Corr You see it quite often; social media tags on how men are no longer real men. The crass knuckle dragging nature of toxic masculinity would have us believe that men have been castrated, pushed into offices and coffee bars. Created and performed by Alister Lownie and Katherina Radeva, ...

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Austerity & Me – The Ovalhouse, London

Director: Mahri Reilly. Reviewer: Hannah Powell. Austerity: difficult economic conditions created by government measures to reduce public expenditure. An incredibly relevant topic that deserves a platform more so now exactly one year on to the date from Grenfell and in the process of Brexit than ever before. As stated by the company, ‘It’s the big word we’re told so little ...

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Who’s Afraid of the Working Class? – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Writer: Luke Barnes Director: Will Hammond Reviewer: Charlie Senate   Before the show begins, as the audience filters in, the cast meanders about the stage: vocalising, stretching, centering, shaking loose their bodies. It is a very Brechtian approach that will seep into the main action in the form of a building-block set and a handful of blatant character-to-audience addresses. But, ...

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OPINION: Annemarie Lewis Thomas – The Fighting Voice!

A fortnight after my last blog and at least one of the debates that I spoke about back then rages on. Sadly the slight flicker of recognition that our industry has a serious issue with Mental Health has died away, save only for the dying embers of a random blog. No news on what Equity are actually going to do ...

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