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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.

The Dame - Park Theatre
05 Jan
Reviews
Nicola Wright

Review: THE DAME at the Park Theatre

The Dame - Park Theatre There can be no better gift for an actor than for their child to write a play specifically for them, and for that play to display the talents of both father and daughter so perfectly.

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Brexit - King's Head Theatre
02 Nov
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Nicola Wright

Review: BREXIT at The King's Head Theatre

Brexit - King's Head Theatre BREXIT, the play premiered at this years Edinburgh festival, and with its bold simple title, and a subject matter as current and controversial as Brexit this London production is certain to sell out Audiences who go hoping for some new insight or clarity, as yet unexplained to the public, will come out none the wiser, because, like the Brexit debate itself, there is no simple solution.

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Fiona Skinner in The Sweet Science of Bruising
08 Oct
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Nicola Wright

Review : The Sweet Science Of Bruising at Southwark Playhouse

Based on historical fact and set in London in 1869 Joy Wilkinson's THE SWEET SCIENCE OF BRUISING is a play about the struggles and constraints of being a woman in Victorian England, and how the four protagonists find freedom in the underground world of female boxing.

Fiona Skinner in The Sweet Science of BruisingFiona Skinner in "The Sweet Science of Bruising"

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Young Frankenstein
08 Jun
Reviews
Nicola Wright

Second Look: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN at the Garrick Theatre

Young Frankenstein It has been over forty years since Mel Brooks brought 'Young Frankenstein' to our screens, and it quickly became a cult classic. But, I wondered, is it still relevant to a new generation, will the musical version live up to its film predecessor? Would innuendo and jokes about forking and knockers still make an audience of today laugh, or does politically correctness frown upon such humour?

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All or Nothing - The Mod Musical
30 Mar
Reviews
Nicola Wright

Review: ALL OR NOTHING at The Ambassadors Theatre

After a long tour and a limited run at The Arts Theatre, ALL OR NOTHING, the Mod musical, transfers to the Ambassadors Theatre. Thanks to the small size of this West End theatre, the show retains an intimate feel and the audience are fully immersed into the music and journey of pop group The Small Faces.

All or Nothing - The Mod Musical Alfie Harrison-Foreman in All or Nothing at the Ambassadors Theatre

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