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EIF 2017: Krapp's Last Tape, Church Hill Theatre, Review

Krapp

With the exception of ‘Waiting for Godot’, ‘Krapp’s Last Tape’ is probably Samuel Beckett’s best-known play, if only by name.

EIF 2017: Meow Meow's Little Mermaid, The Hub, Review

Meow Meow's Little Mermaid by Pia Johnson

This is the Little Mermaid as you have never seen it. The original Anderson tale of 1837 is, a Meow Meow points out, of its time.

Testament of Mary, C Cubed, Review

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Women have the reputation for being lippy, yet manage to be both silenced and erased from much of history. One woman, though universally recognised through art, has few words attributed to her.

Death City, Greenside Nicolson Square, Review

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There is a city where death is king, it stands on every street corner, it lives in every home and it is always, always hungry.

What if the Plane Falls Out of the Sky, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

What if the Plane Falls Out of the Sky - credit Jack Offord

We are welcomed to this taster of Fear Camp by the three blazered and badged staff.

POV, The Space@Surgeon's Hall, Review

‘P.O.V.’ was at one time simple shorthand in the film industry, indicating a scene or image shot from the ‘point of view’ of a character.

POV, The Space@Surgeon's Hall, Review

‘P.O.V.’ was at one time simple shorthand in the film industry, indicating a scene or image shot from the ‘point of view’ of a character.

To Hell in a Handbag, Assembly Rooms, Review

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Linguistically crafted as if written by Oscar Wilde himself, this insightful play delves into the unseen conversations of two seemingly minor characters from The Importance of Being Earnest.

Luocha Land, C Chambers Street, Review

Luocha Land

A plane plunges into the sea. A sole survivor, along with his suitcase, is washed up on the shore of a mysterious country. But what place is this?

Assessment, Gilded Balloon Rose StreetTheatre, Review

Assessment

In a time when the elderly population in the UK is on the rise, and the pension age goes beyond what a generation expected by notches year on year, theatre critic turned writer, Robert Dawson Scott, h