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Review: The Malcontent, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Posted on 17 April 2014 by Camilla Gurtler

In September 2013 the Globe held auditions for their Globe Young Players, a new initiative aimed at giving new young talent a once in a lifetime opportunity to train with the theatre’s professionals, nurturing the next generation of actors in the UK and working towards a performance of early modern drama, in this case The […]

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Review: Secret Cinema 21, Secret Location

Posted on 15 April 2014 by Amy Merrigan

Secret Cinema events are, as my friend commented “quite the strangest evening” you can imagine. This is the second Secret Cinema event I have been to, and I have to say they do kind of puzzle me. The whole thing, as you may guess,  is a great secret, so I don’t want to tell you […]

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Review: Orpheus, Battersea Arts Centre

Posted on 14 April 2014 by Amy Merrigan

Have you ever seen a jazz clarinet playing Hades? Or a mincing French Hermes? No? Funnily enough, I thought not. To fill that almighty hole in your life, you should get along to the Battersea Arts Centre and see Orpheus. Staged in the art deco depth of this old town hall, Orpheus tells the story […]

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Review: Minotaur, Polka Theatre

Posted on 13 April 2014 by Camilla Gurtler

All children want their parents to be there for them, to care for them and protect them. But when a parent is deployed and leaves for military service, the balance is disrupted and it’s hard to predict how a child will react in their parent’s absence. Some will cope by defending themselves, distancing themselves from […]

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