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Review: Henry V, Milton Court Studio Theatre

Posted on 13 February 2014 by Veronica Aloess

Henry V is performed by final year students at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, yet it’s safe to say that the quality rivals that of a professional production. It’s a brave play to stage, since I can’t help but want to compare it to Grandage’s recent incarnation at the Noel Coward Theatre, starring […]

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Review: I Grew Up In An Old People’s Home, Vault Festival

Posted on 04 February 2014 by Veronica Aloess

…or, as the show’s performer and writer Michelle Roche prefers to say, with eight mad old people. This statement is a reflection of the problem of perspective within this show; the phrasing is a light-hearted look at Roche’s world through her eyes as a child, but we’re watching the show as adults. IGUIAOPH has the […]

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Review: Bluebeard, Soho Theatre

Posted on 11 November 2013 by Veronica Aloess

There’s something of a fad at the Soho Theatre Upstairs for producing bitesize plays: hour long shows, usually monologues or duologues, which provide a concentrated perspective on the world. That’s not to say it’s becoming old hat; it takes excellent writing and an engaging performance for plays in this form to hold your attention. And […]

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Feature: Q&A with Blanche McIntyre

Posted on 09 November 2013 by Veronica Aloess

Blanche McIntyre is the director behind Ciphers, a play by rising talent Dawn King, and a co-production with the esteemed companies Out of Joint, Bush Theatre and Exeter Northcott Theatre. Ciphers is in the middle of a tour before going to the Bush for an extended run next year. McIntyre gives us the run down […]

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