Sophie Adnitt reviews Spamilton – An American Parody which is now playing at Menier Chocolate Factory
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Sophie Adnitt reviews Sally Cookson’s production of A Monster Calls which is now playingt at the Old Vic.
Sophie Adnitt reviews A Lesson From Auschwitz by James Hyland at the Time and Leisure Studio Wimbledon.
Sophie Adnitt reviews Nine Foot Nine presented at the Bunker Theatre as part of the Breaking Out Festival.
Sophie Adnitt reviews West End Eurovision, a special event benefiting TheatreMad held at London’s Shaftesbury Theatre. West End Eurovision Shaftesbury Theatre 22nd April 2018 Five stars More about TheatreMad I thought I was ready for West End Eurovision. Why wouldn’t I? I love theatre and I love Eurovision, and all the necessary camp that comes […]
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.”
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.