Catching Comets at The Pleasance

Catching Comets at The Pleasance (London), running 14th-19th September 2021. Photo credit: Sophie Giddens. Alastair Michael pictured Following a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Festival in 2019, Ransack Theatre's Catching Comets has finally made it to The Pleasance London for a short run, as part of a small tour (which includes Royal Exchange Theatre … Continue reading Catching Comets at The Pleasance

Truth/Reconciliation at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Photo by Greg Goodale. Jake Felts and Hannah Morrison pictured. Written and directed by Matthew Gouldesbrough, Truth/Reconciliation is a vivid and visceral show that packs one hell of a punch. With a 45-minute running time, it is small but perfectly and disruptively formed. The fractured nature of the piece took me on a journey that … Continue reading Truth/Reconciliation at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Mary & Mietek at The Hen and Chickens (Camden Fringe)

Photo by Dom Innes. Mary & Mietek ran at Hen & Chickens 25-27 August 2021 as part of the Camden Fringe Festival. Maria Laumark and Charles Sloboda-Bolton pictured (due to illness, Louis Cruzat stepped in to play Mietek for this run) Can a WWII love story help stop a Brexit break-up? Created by Charles Sloboda-Bolton … Continue reading Mary & Mietek at The Hen and Chickens (Camden Fringe)

Three Way at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre (Camden Fringe)

Written by Alexander Millington Three Way is a a collection of 3 monologues about male bisexuality told from 3 different perspectives. We have a man (played by Millington himself) whose husband refers to his earlier experiences with women at university as his "experimental phase". A school girl (played by Naomi Phillips) who discovers her father … Continue reading Three Way at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre (Camden Fringe)