Sophie Adnitt reviews Philip Ridley’s Angry at Southwark Playhouse “Startling, unsettling, but deeply fascinating, Angry is a worthy addition to the world of Ridley.”
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Even after the cuts and despite the top quality nature of every other production element, The Divide, with its patchy and problematic script is still not ready for public consumption.
As a tool to start conversations, as well as being a decently entertaining piece of theatre, How To Be A Kid is a high quality, endearing and surprisingly complex production.
We asked our review team to nominate their 2017 theatre highlights. Sophie Adnitt nominated her favourites.
Dizzyingly joyful, expertly crafted and with a smart social conscience, it’s safe to say that this is the Carol to see this Christmas.
With it’s eerie echoes of today’s top news stories, Mother Courage and her Children makes for some thought-provoking viewing. Add in a show-stealing performance from Lawrence, and this could be essential theatre viewing for November.
A sharp shot of highly creative storytelling, Heather is well worth a visit to witness just what can be achieved with any limitations
A rare production that has both style and substance, Stephens and Chekhov have made a winning match.