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Nastazja Domaradzka

Nastazja Domaradzka

Nastazja Domaradzka, contributing writer

Nastazja Domaradzka is originally from Poland. She is the co -founder and a joint artistic director of a newly emerging theatre company No Offence Theatre. Nastazja enjoys all kinds of plays, from classical or contemporary drama to raw and bold, political productions. Whilst not in the theatre she spends her time thinking about making theatre.

Death of a Salesman - Young Vic
15 May
Reviews
Nastazja Domaradzka

Review: DEATH OF A SALESMAN at The Young Vic

Death of a Salesman - Young Vic Following the huge success of the gender reversed Sondheim's COMPANY, Marianne Elliott, together with Miranda Cromwell directs Arthur Miller's 1949 classic DEATH OF A SALESMAN. This co-production between the Young Vic and Elliot’s company Elliott & Harper Productions offers a fresh interpretation of a well-known text, as it sets out to put 1940's African American experience centre stage.

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Avalanche: a Love Story
07 May
Reviews
Nastazja Domaradzka

Review: AVALANCHE: A LOVE STORY at The Barbican Centre

Avalanche: a Love Story It is estimated that around 60,000 fertility treatments are performed in UK licensed clinics every year. Although now more than ever our society seems to be able to talk about the issues surrounding problems with conceiving, there is still so much we don’t talk about. AVALANCHE: A LOVE STORY, adapted from Julia Leigh’s memoir is the main theatrical event at the Fertility Fest 2019, and this one woman show is a detailed account of the real cost of being unable to conceive.

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Good Dog at Watford Palace Theatre
08 Feb
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Nastazja Domaradzka

Review: GOOD DOG at Watford Palace Theatre

Good Dog at Watford Palace Theatre Following the success of its tour in 2017, tiata fahodzi company revives Arinze Kene’s GOOD DOG. A story about the reality of living in austerity Britain, explored through the prism of one boy’s adolescence, GOOD DOG is full of sensitive observation and vivid images. Although not without its flaws, the production is a roller-coaster of storytelling, and further proof that Arinze Kene is quickly becoming one of the most crucial voices in contemporary British theatre.

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Bullet Hole - Park Theatre
11 Oct
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Nastazja Domaradzka

Review: BULLET HOLE at Park Theatre

Bullet Hole - Park Theatre The annual statistical publication for FGM (female genital mutilation) shows that during the 2016-2017 period there were over 5,391 newly recorded cases of FGM in England alone. These statistics are horrific and the subject matter is not even close to getting the attention it needs.

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Drip Feed
01 Oct
Reviews
Nastazja Domaradzka

Review: DRIP FEED at Soho Theatre

Drip Feed Following its run at Edinburgh Fringe and Dublin Theatre Festival, Karen Cogan’s solo show DRIP FEED arrives at Soho Theatre in London. Taking the audiences through the past and present of the city of Cork, heartbreak and obsessions, loneliness and longings, Cogan proves to be both a fantastic writer and a performer.

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