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Nicola Wright

Nicola Wright

Nicola Wright, contributing writer

Nicola has been working as an actress for over thirty years, and more recently co-produced her second feature film. She has had an extensive career in film, television and theatre and is excited to join the review team.

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17 Nov
Reviews
Nicola Wright

Review: THE SECONDARY VICTIM at Park Theatre

The-Secondary-Victim.jpgThe small intimate space of the Park 90 is the perfect setting for this powerful play written by Matthew Campling. The Secondary Victim in the title refers to therapist Ali, who receives a letter stating the allegations of sexual misconduct by her, to a former client, Hugo.

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The Exorcist
06 Nov
Reviews
Nicola Wright

Review: THE EXORCIST at the Phoenix Theatre

The Exorcist Regarded by many as one of the most iconic, and disturbing horror films ever made, The Exorcist was released in 1973. Banned by some cinemas the audience were desperate to see if this multi award winning film would live up to the word of mouth hype. Written originally as a book by William Peter Blatty and two years later as the film, this stage version which began at Birmingham Rep, has been adapted by John Pielmeier and remains as faithful to the book as the confines of a stage production will allow.

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27 Oct
Reviews
Nicola Wright

Review: OUR HOUSE at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley

Our House at the Churchill Theatre.JPGWith a successful career spanning almost forty years, Madness have written a vast catalogue of iconic chart topping songs, and it is the tracks from their early years that the musical Our House is centred around. 

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Macbeth - Barbican
07 Oct
Reviews
Nicola Wright

Review: MACBETH at The Barbican

Macbeth - Barbican Two elderly women, their backs hunched, climb the steps to the stage and slowly draw back two vast doors to reveal the epic opening of The Ninagawa Company's production of Macbeth. With the three witches played by male actors in full Kabuki dress the scene is set for this epic visual feast.

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Briefs - Close Encounters
24 Jul
Reviews
Nicola Wright

Review: BRIEFS - CLOSE ENCOUNTERS at The Underbelly Festival

Briefs - Close Encounters The Underbelly Festival on the Southbank grows bigger and better each year, and this summer the extensive programme includes the award winning production of 'Briefs' returning this year with their brand new show 'Close Encounters'.

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