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Stacey Tyler

Stacey Tyler

Stacey Tyler, contributing writer

Stacey is an experienced dancer, actress and performing arts teacher who has appeared in a wide rage of productions including West End musicals, pantomime and cutting edge new work. She trained at the London School of Musical Theatre and is the lead singer for the Dance duo Slendermen.

NoF*cksGiven
11 May
Reviews
Stacey Tyler

Review: NOF*CKSGIVEN at The Kings Head Theatre

NoF*cksGiven NoF*cksGiven is the debut play from playwright Daisy King. As part of The King’s Head ‘Who Run The World’ season of work by female playwrights, NoF*cksGiven is an insight into the world of homelessness through the eyes of a 20 something party girl.

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Pressure - Ambassadors Theatre
05 Apr
Reviews
Stacey Tyler

Review: PRESSURE at The Park 200 then The Ambassadors Theatre

Set in June 1944 ‘Pressure’ follows the lead up to the D-Day landings, and one man’s decision that determines the course of history; the unknown but pivotal role of James Stagg, the ‘weatherman’. First presented as a co-production between The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and Chichester Festival Theatre in 2014 the production has now been revived at The Park Theatre in their biggest space: The Park 200.

Pressure - Ambassadors Theatre Laura Rogers and David Haig in Pressure

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Phoenix-Rising.JPG
17 Nov
Reviews
Stacey Tyler

Review: PHOENIX RISING at Smithfield Meat Market

Phoenix-Rising.JPGPhoenix Rising is a site specific piece first staged in 2013 - this 2017 version is in memory of an inspirational cast member who unfortunately passed away last year.

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Jane Eyre - National Theatre - 2017
01 Oct
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Stacey Tyler

Review: JANE EYRE at the National Theatre

Jane Eyre - National Theatre - 2017 Based on the original novel by Charlotte Brontë, Bristol Old Vic’s adaptation of JANE EYRE has been imaginatively catapulted into the 21st century. This version is a coming of age story, which focuses on the importance of Jane as a woman, who, in spite of everything, fights for herself and her freedom in a brave and unforgiving way. This reworking is as relevant now as ever. In a time where women are still fighting for equality; whether that be in monetary terms or simply in how they are viewed by the world, Jane Eyre is flying the feminism flag high and not apologising for doing so.

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The Revlon Girl - Park Theatre
26 Sep
Reviews
Stacey Tyler

Review: THE REVLON GIRL at THE PARK 90

The Revlon Girl - Park Theatre Having only opened in May 2013, The Park Theatre is a relatively new space, however, since it opened it has had 3 West End and 2 National Theatre transfers as well as 10 national tours, so sets a high precedent for the shows that follow. Expertly written by Neil Anthony Docking, THE REVLON GIRL is a powerful and poignant story, with extreme highs as well as extreme lows this play takes you on a rollercoaster of emotions that the title never could have foretold.

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