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Smack That (a conversation) – Oval House Theatre, London

Director: Rhiannon Faith Dramaturg: Lou Cope Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty It feels more curated than choreographed at times through the tough presentation of Smack That. The work makes us acutely aware of the physicality of these women’s bodies - their power and vulnerability. Presented in a series of tableaux, there is a rawness and roughness with the show that takes it ...

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GUY   – Venue:  The Bunker, London

Book and Lyrics:  Leoe Mercer Music:  Stephen Hyde Director: Sam Ward Reviewer:  Richard Maguire Of all the shows playing at the Breaking Out season at the Bunker Theatre, GUY, a new musical, feels the most complete. In its current state, it may lack some sophistication when it comes to production values, but the acting is first class, the singing is ...

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A Little Night Music- Storyhouse, Chester

Music and Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim Book: Hugh Wheeler Director: Alex Clifton Reviewer: Matt Forrest Since opening last year, Chester’s Storyhouse is gaining quite the reputation for staging some unique and spell-binding productions. It is such a treat to witness this gorgeous new theatre thrive. As part of the spring season, they are once again adding to the growing repertoire by ...

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