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Review: Mad Women

Posted on 08 October 2012 by Annabel Baldwin

Barefaced Theatre, the company behind Women on Top is making a stand. A season of three new plays (Mad Women, All Hidden and Where will you say you’ve been?) are a powerful statement of women’s significance. Moments from the market stalls, the Portobello Popup is an invigorating location for a theatre. The box office is a […]

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Review: Berenice

Posted on 03 October 2012 by Annabel Baldwin

Berenice conforms to the governing rules of the ‘unities’ laid out by Aristotle, which require the play to be ‘coherent, a unified whole, within twenty-four hours, in the same residential space.’ Adhering to the ‘unity of time’ allows Racine to expose the detail of decision and indecision faced by the characters. In this new version, […]

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Review: Haunting Julia

Posted on 27 September 2012 by Annabel Baldwin

The playwright’s name may be drawing the crowds, but Haunting Julia, is not one of Ayckbourn’s typical plays. A psychological ghost story that focuses on the death of 19 year old musical genius, Julia and her father’s inability, 12 years on, to let her go – she appears as a ghost for everyone to see and […]

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Review: Passing By

Posted on 18 September 2012 by Annabel Baldwin

Sometimes it takes a while for the title of a play to register its significance, but this was not the case for Martin Sherman’s Passing By. The nature of Toby and Simon’s relationship was immediately exposed, as they found themselves ill with hepatitis together in Toby’s apartment. A chance encounter where they slept together led […]

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