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Review: Arcadia, Tobacco Factory

Posted on 02 April 2014 by Eleanor Turney

Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory usually does, well, Shakespeare, so to tackle Tom Stoppard’s contemporary play (first performed in 1993) as part of this year’s season is a bit of a departure for the company. However, Director Andrew Hilton knows what he’s doing, as ever, and Arcadia is presented with typical SATTF panache, wit and […]

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Review: Private Peaceful, Richmond Theatre

Posted on 28 March 2014 by Jemma Anderson

There aren’t many of Michael Morpurgo’s books that haven’t seen adaptations in some form. Private Peaceful, as it happens, is touring the country in this play version, following its film release in 2012. Morpurgo’s novel for older children has been lovingly adapted by director Simon Reade and co-produced by Scamp Theatre and Fiery Angel, and is […]

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Review: Chatroom, Sick! Festival

Posted on 17 March 2014 by Laura Stevens

The news has recently been awash with an abundance of stories detailing the ‘dark side’ of the internet. From Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations to Bitcoin’s murky dealings, the world wide web celebrated its twenty-fifth birthday this week against a turbulent background. In a timely fashion Out of Town Productions’s performance of Chatroom as part of Brighton’s […]

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Review: Pronoun, West Yorkshire Playhouse

Posted on 17 March 2014 by Adam Bruce

Theatre is fantastic when it comments on those areas of society that are rarely explored in other media. In this case, playwright Evan Placey’s new work Pronoun, performed by the West Yorkshire Playhouse Youth Theatre as part of this year’s National Theatre Connections festival, sheds some light on a matter rarely spoken about in our world […]

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