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Archive | December, 2012

Review: Salad Days

Posted on 31 December 2012 by Jake Orr

A magic piano that, when played, makes everyone around dance uncontrollably. A tramp lends this piano to a couple of young lovers who are desperate to escape parental control. Cue a town caught in dancing fever with no-one knowing who’s behind the music. Throw in a series of uncles attempting to lead the way, a police […]

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Review: The Dance of Death

Posted on 31 December 2012 by Daniel Janes

A new production of August Strindberg’s The Dance of Death marks the end of an extraordinary year for the work of the Swedish polymath, the centenary of whose death has aroused a flurry of activity. Not all of this was successful – the Barbican’s gaudy, miscast adaptation of Miss Julie being a particular bomb – […]

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Review: Tu I Teraz (Here and Now)

Posted on 31 December 2012 by Lauren Mooney

Spanning roughly a decade as it moves between flashbacks and the modern day, Tu I Teraz is an ambitious production telling the story of Marysia, a single mother who brought her son Kuba from Poland to London ten years ago in search of a better life. Ania Sowinski brings steely charm to the role of Marysia, […]

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Review: The Wind in the Willows

Posted on 31 December 2012 by Rebecca Hussein

Pah pah! Polka Theatre’s production of The Wind in the Willows roars along at the pace of Mr. Toad’s motor car, sweeping up its audience of under-11s, and many of the adults too, into a giggling frenzy. Kenneth Grahame’s timeless story of the friendship between a group of woodland animals is beautifully retold by Toby […]

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