After you spend a lot of time in the theatre, be it watching or making it, sooner or later you begin to yearn for a surprise. You want to see work that will stop your breath, stay with you for a long while and make you question the status-quo in a creative and non patronising way. After missing THIS IS NOT CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT last summer at Edinburgh Fringe I finally managed to see the piece at this year's The Vault Festival, and I can't express how mind blown I was by Adam Scott- Rowley's absurdist and hypnotising one man show.
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Review: THIS IS NOT CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT at The Vault Festival
By Nastazja Domaradzka Friday, February 17 2017, 12:50
Review: TRAVESTIES at the Apollo Theatre
By Phil Willmott Thursday, February 16 2017, 08:39
Tom Stoppard is one of those playwrights that make you feel clever just by buying a ticket.
"Look" your ticket tells the world, "I'm a person who will appreciate a wordy play based on an intellectual conceit"
Those tickets sell like hot cakes to London's intelligentsia.
Review: GLITTER PUNCH, Kings Head Theatre
By Daniel Perks Monday, February 13 2017, 10:00
A no frills analysis of an atypical love story, Glitter Punch is a cleverly understated production that is most impactful in the things it doesn’t say. Leave the outcome a cliffhanger to increase the sense of intrigue.
Review: A YEAR FROM NOW at The Vault Festival
By Nastazja Domaradzka Friday, February 3 2017, 12:52
Time is an interesting concept. Our lives revolve around time as it governs our plans, dreams and goals yet it is a human created notion that makes us older, sometimes wiser and often disappointed.
Review: THE GLASS MENAGERIE at The Duke of York's Theatre
By Phil Willmott Thursday, February 2 2017, 14:22
Until April 29th London theatre goers have the chance to enjoy one of the undisputed masterpieces of American playwriting in a remount of a highly acclaimed Broadway production of THE GLASS MENAGERIE, staged by Olivier and Tony Award winning director John Tiffany, who's recently enjoyed meteoric success with his staging of HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD.
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