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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Daughters

Posted on 22 August 2013 by Devawn Wilkinson

(3/5 stars) Some of the most considered and exciting work I’ve seen at the Fringe so far has come from surprisingly young companies, and Hot Bear’s dark and involving drama Daughters is yet another example of such mature and ambitious theatre-making. In a Camden flat, no-hoper Harry (Ralph Davis) is making a strange sort of life for […]

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Review: Company

Posted on 19 March 2012 by Edward Franklin

‘Lovable’ is not a word often used in connection with the work of Stephen Sondheim. In fact the prevailing critical view seems to be that entertainment value is hardly worth mentioning. One would be hard-pressed to find a better way to cut through the steely detachment that some of the great composer’s admirers have developed […]

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Review: Old Me

Posted on 25 November 2011 by Lara Akinnawo

Polarbear’s new show, Old Me, is a sincere account of a life that has drastically changed in a short space of time. Through his straight forward and articulate storytelling, we are introduced to a host characters from his past and present including a grandmother with dodgy sayings, a straight talking best friend, a girlfriend in […]

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The Show Must Go On: An App from the Royal Opera House and Hide&Seek

Posted on 15 November 2011 by Jake Orr

Anyone who follows me on Twitter will know that I am constantly saying “‘why isn’t theatre doing this?”‘,”‘when are we going to see some digital innovations in the arts”, and a general “I want digital apps for theatre now“. Well my prayers have been answered this week in an app designed by Hide&Seek and commissioned […]

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