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BAD ROADS at The Royal Court
24 Nov
Reviews
Nicole Acquah

REVIEW: BAD ROADS at The Royal Court

BAD ROADS at The Royal Court Bad Roads at the Royal Court is an unflinching examination of war’s effect on humanity, desire and relationships.

There is a sense of yearning that permeates the fog of the play; a sense of waiting, hoping, trusting…although whether we should trust in humanity’s potential for good is a question that remains unanswered by the end of the production.

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23 Nov
Reviews
Stuart King

Review: MEN IN MOTION at London Coliseum

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MEN IN MOTION was set to thrill dance audiences once more with a limited run at the London Coliseum this month. Ballet superstar Ivan Putrov assembled a cast and promised to explore 100 years of male dance emphasis and influence in a 100-minute programme. A tall order perhaps, but an exciting prospect.

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21 Nov
Reviews
Stuart King

Review: MARNIE at London Coliseum

marnie.jpgMark Rutland marries glamorous, habitual thief Marnie and is soon confronted by the many-layered psychological issues of her past. Alfred Hitchcock famously adapted Winston Graham's gripping thriller for the cinema in 1964, and the story has now received the operatic treatment.

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Miss Julie - Jermyn Street Theatre
20 Nov
Reviews
Monty Leigh

Review: MISS JULIE at the Jermyn Street Theatre

Miss Julie - Jermyn Street Theatre Revived in a new adaption by Howard Brenton, August Strindberg’s Miss Julie seems to have acquired a breath of new life in this 70 seat studio-theatre.

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18 Nov
Reviews
Daniel Perks

Review: FLYCATCHER at The Hope Theatre

flycatcher.jpgGregg Masuak’s new production, Flycatcher, is a blend of unique styles that British theatre far too often lacks – a dark, comic thriller. Madelaine (Emily Arden) has that Addams Family vibe – morbid and eerie, but intriguingly avant garde.

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