Mark Ludmon reviews Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson’s The Jungle after its transfer to the Playhouse Theatre
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Jonathan Hall reviews The Girl On The Train at West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Following a sold-out run at The Young Vic, the acclaimed production of The Jungle transfers to the Playhouse Theatre.
Directed by Mark Gatiss and Joe Murphy, they are poignant and funny but, most of all, they are stories of hope and survival.
After taking the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe by storm, Luke Wright’s What I Learned From Johnny Bevan returns to The Fringe for one week only from 21 – 27 August 2017 at Underbelly, Belly Button (Venue 61) at 12 noon each day. Wright’s play is a compelling, politically charged story encompassing shattered friendships, class and social […]
There is a great deal to like in this production. Payne’s writing is intriguing and the pace never really flags. It is a good play, just not a brilliant one.