Bunny

Fabricate Theatre are currently in the middle of a run of Olivier Award-winning Jack Thorne’s Bunny, playing for a short time at Tristan Bates Theatre. They had a successful run of this play at the White Bear Theatre, and the play itself was first performed in 2010, winning Thorne the Fringe First Award. A one-woman show, […]

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Wine

LAGO Theatre‘s latest play (written by Jack West) has just begun a short run at Covent Garden’s Tristan Bates Theatre. The company is made up of LIPA (Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts) graduates, and have previously produced a couple of other plays: Revelation 1:18 and No Help Sent. Mark and Sam, former partners, are embarking […]

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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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Edward II

After bringing the festival spirit to their adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew earlier in the summer, Lazarus Theatre return with another classic: Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II. 1967 was a rather pivotal year, including the Summer of Love and partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales. It is the latter that Lazarus […]

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Flood

Newly formed Paper Creatures Theatre are making their debut at this year’s Camden Fringe with a new play by up and coming writer Tom Hartwell. The company was founded by actors Jon Tozzi and Nathan Coenen, and aims to promote new writing in the productions they put on (to find out more, do read this excellent feature from Millennial […]

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