The Laundry

With a running time of only 80 minutes, The Laundry packs a lot in as it moves to explore themes around female relationships and the bond between families. Written by Nicole Palomba, Audrey Thayer and Brandon Force, this two-act play tells the story of three generations of women and the struggles they’ve faced in life. […]

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Guest reviewer: Thomas Froy Having negotiated my way into the Drayton Arms Theatre, I sat down for Clueless Theatre’s Two; a fast, fantastical, farcical evening of fun. Jim Cartwright’s 1989 classic ‘Two’ demands (two) tip top performers for a 75-minute whirl of energy and passion, and Piers Newman and Debbie Griffiths are up to the […]

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Worst shows of 2017

Inevitably you remember the awful shows more, as they stick out in a sea of good and brilliant productions. Obviously when you see around 200 different shows you’re bound to come across a few duff ones, but I’m pleased to say that nearly all of the bad shows I saw can be found in this […]

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Good King Richard

In December, the Golden Age Theatre Company premièred Ian Dixon-Potter’s new work Good King Richard at the White Bear Theatre in Kennington. Three months later, and a revised version is currently showing at the Drayton Arms in South Kensington. The theatre is a lovely space above the pub, providing a bit more room & scale […]

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