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Review: As The World Tipped

Posted on 24 June 2013 by Ryan Sullivan

“A real life disaster movie in the sky,” is how the makers of As The World Tipped billed the show and they delivered. High in the sky above Greenwich hung a cinema screen showing the destruction caused by climate change. On that screen dangled five performers and their five trusty counterweights. The fact that this […]

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Review: Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off

Posted on 03 June 2013 by Ryan Sullivan

Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off. The title handily provides a synopsis of the show, but allow me to embellish it for the sticklers for detail out there. Mary is the story of the Queen of Scots and her first cousin once removed, Elizabeth I. It is remarkable to think that all […]

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Review: Prometheus Bound

Posted on 16 May 2013 by Ryan Sullivan

Prometheus Bound is a classic piece of theatre, part of a trilogy of plays written by Aeschylus about the eponymous Titan, Prometheus. Considering it would have been performed 2,500 years ago in huge outdoor amphitheatres, director Cieranne Kennedy-Bell has given herself a Herculean task in producing this for a modern audience in an intimate pub […]

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Review: The Play That Goes Wrong

Posted on 07 May 2013 by Ryan Sullivan

The title of The Play That Goes Wrong is a knowing wink to the audience from a company which gets everything right. Whodunnit? Who cares when it is this funny? Charles Haversham has been found dead at his own engagement party. His estate is completely cut off by a terrible snow storm and a lone […]

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