It touches on the brutality of the death penalty at a time when the number of executions is on the rise around the world but it is ultimately a sharply written tale of what motivates an ordinary man who kills for a living.
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Annie Siddon’s autobiographical show about chronic loneliness is coming to Soho Theatre from 13 February 2017. The show which has been billed as “funny, brutal and poignant”, chronicles the time in her life when she was a single mum living in Twickenham, the most married place in London, and her gauche attempts to fit in. […]
We asked our reviewers to take a look at 2016 and to nominate some stand out productions for 2016. Danny Coleman-Cooke replied with the following:- Guys and Dolls, Savoy Theatre This revival did great justice to one of theatre’s finest ever musicals – the all-star cast included David Haig, Jamie Parker and Sophie Thompson. Infused […]
Girls is confrontational without becoming prosecutorial, heartfelt without becoming unbelievable. With powerful writing and equally strong performances, Girls is a must see production this autumn.
With the audience donning party hats and at times encouraged to participate, it is an entertaining show that slips in plenty of sharp insights into British politics and society.
Hiraeth, the story of a small town Welsh girl and her journey to the “Big City” covers well-trodden territory, but with its comedic genius, and toe tapping music, it is a completely fresh take and absolutely a must-see.