All My Sons – Teviot Row House

https://youtu.be/ZdLseDHj8to Written by Arthur Miller Directed by Josie Rose Embleton, Tazy Harrison-Moore and Catriona Maclachlan ★★★★★ There’s a figurative list of productions in critical circles, of shows and titles that (for lack of a better descriptive) make eyes roll or force exhales of breath. They’re the titans of theatre, particularly attractive to the amateur dramatic … Continue reading All My Sons – Teviot Row House

Hairspray – Royal & Derngate

https://youtu.be/-1nU252z4oA Book by Mark O’Donnell and Thomas Meehan Music by Marc Shaiman Lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman Directed by Paul Kerryson ★★★★ The beat is back in Northampton town! Welcome to Baltimore, 1962. Teenager Tracy Turnblad, a big girl with big hair and an even bigger heart dreams of dancing on the Corny … Continue reading Hairspray – Royal & Derngate

Late Night Staring at High-Red Pixels – Finborough Theatre

Written by Athena Stevens Directed by Lily McLeish ★★★★ Hands up if you’ve ever sent a nude photo. Careless fun, intimate and a solidifying sign of trust in our partners or potential lovers. But what happens when someone violates consent and shows this photo to their best-friend – harmless fun, right? When A is shown … Continue reading Late Night Staring at High-Red Pixels – Finborough Theatre

Sator – Review

https://youtu.be/7rjNoXRwN90 Written & Directed by Jordan Gh USA/2021/85mins ★★★★ Secrets, anxieties and squabbles, the Sator watches over as a family reaches dysfunctional heights amidst the wilderness. Yet, there’s an allure to the creature, to the darkness it slinks within. In an atmospheric and creative venture, Jordan Graham creates a contemporary horror which lays its foundations from spiritual … Continue reading Sator – Review

The Beast – Golden Age Theatre

Written and Directed by Ian Dixon Potter ★★★ Climbing the social, political and career ladder is a bugger for all, though there are those men who seem to be ‘pre-destined’ for success. Is it down to their genetics, connections, or could there be something in their raw, animalistic attitudes towards women, other men, and life … Continue reading The Beast – Golden Age Theatre