The Interview at the Bread and Roses Theatre

'The Interview' running 27-31 July 2021 at the Bread & Roses Theatre. Photographed by Sean Carbert. Joshua David Bartholomew and Katie-Emma Silverson pictured. ★★★ Things are not as they may seem in this debut production from theatre company One Moment Theatre. There is plenty to enjoy in 'The Interview'. Written by Joshua David Bartholomew the … Continue reading The Interview at the Bread and Roses Theatre

Head/Lining at The Pleasance (London)

Head/Lining at The Pleasance. Danny Kaan photography. Charlie Heptinstall and Jordan El-Balawi pictured. ★★★★★ Written and performed by Charlie Heptinstall, Head/Lining is a powerful and engaging exploration of what it means to grow up a working class white boy to an alcoholic, bigotted and violent father, and a depressed and needy mother. This lyrical play … Continue reading Head/Lining at The Pleasance (London)

Tethered (or the adventures of the adequately excited people) at the Lion & Unicorn

Tethered (or the adventures of the adequately excited people) by Chewboy productions. Running at the Lion & Unicorn until Saturday 24th July 2021. Georgie Bailey & Hal Darling pictured. ★★★★ Last night I made my way to Kentish Town to the lovely Lion & Unicorn pub, to enjoy the penultimate night of the new dark … Continue reading Tethered (or the adventures of the adequately excited people) at the Lion & Unicorn

‘Mummylogues’ at the Old Red Lion Theatre

★★★ Don't let the title 'Mummylogues' put you off, I say this as a childless woman with minimal maternal instincts. This collection of monologues and duologues taps into a range of important topics that link with a broader theme of reproduction, as well as motherhood. These topic are far reaching and include endometriosis, miscarriages, racism, … Continue reading ‘Mummylogues’ at the Old Red Lion Theatre

‘The Game of Love and Chance’ at the Arcola Outside

The Game of Love and Chance. Arcola Theatre 14 July - 7 August 2021. David Acton, Ammar Duffus, George Kemp, Beth Lilly, Michael Lyle and Ellie Nunn pictured. ★★★★ This brand new English version of Pierre de Marivaux's classic comedy, adapted by Quentin Beroud and Jack Gamble, takes great delight in modernising this almost 300 … Continue reading ‘The Game of Love and Chance’ at the Arcola Outside