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18 Nov
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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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17 Nov
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Jess Morrissey

Review: REAL MAGIC at Platform Theatre

Real-Magic.jpgForced Entertainment is an award-winning company that has been thrilling, insulting, enlightening and confusing audiences for over thirty years. In that time the troupe has garnered an avid following, both in Britain and abroad.

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17 Nov
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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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17 Nov
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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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Network - National Theatre
14 Nov
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Stuart King

Review: NETWORK at the National Theatre

Network - National Theatre Lee Hall’s stage adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky’s multi award-winning movie from 1976, played to a packed and enthusiastic audience at last evening’s Press Night. The production’s box office success is already guaranteed for the duration of its run (although some day seats are available), due in no small part to the casting of Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Trumbo) as TV News anchorman, Howard Beale. The part won Peter Finch an Oscar for his portrayal which sadly had to be awarded posthumously.

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