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Archive | October, 2012

Hugh Hughes: the never ending story

Posted on 31 October 2012 by Ellen Carr

What makes things real? What makes a story? Ellen Carr investigates the theatre phenomenon that is Hugh Hughes: alter-ego, online storyteller and spectacle game player.

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Review: The Kingdom

Posted on 31 October 2012 by Jake Orr

A pile of rugged rocks stretching up into the ceiling of the Soho Theatre Upstairs makes it look as if the roof above has fallen in. The combined weight of the rubble and the dust that still lingers in the air makes for a dense atmosphere which seems a fitting design by Jessica Curtis for […]

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Review: Bones

Posted on 31 October 2012 by Camilla Gurtler

When Mark (Joe Doherty) came on stage, ranting and swearing like a talking bulldog, I thought Bones would leave me checking my watch every ten seconds, dying to run out of Tristan Bates Theatre and back home. When Mark started describing different ways to can kill a baby, it felt like an urban, street version […]

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Review: The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk

Posted on 30 October 2012 by Claire McCracken

The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk by Rob Evans is an hour-long one man show with a surprising 70s feel. This comes across strongly in the set, which consists of four boxes, four benches and four stretches of carpet, all in the same shade of brown. Watching the show feels like finding a faded snap of […]

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