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Photo credit: Is God Is (Photo by Tristram Kenton)
'Is God Is' review - a fiery play that belongs to the here and now
God is a woman in Is God Is, the electrifying Aleshea Harris play that makes every bit as strong an impression on the Royal Court mainstage as it did off-Broadway at Soho Rep in 2018. (The explosive... Read more
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'NW Trilogy' review - a collection of multicultural plays showcase London's vibrant history
NW Trilogy centres on the people who once resided right on the doorstep of Kilburn's Kiln Theatre where the piece makes its debut. It’s a beautifully realised collection of plays where audiences are... Read more
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'Indecent' review - a radiant ensemble finds beauty in the quiet moments
Talk about a delayed thrill: Paula Vogel’s lauded play Indecent was primed for its British debut at the Menier Chocolate Factory back in March 2020, when the curtains came down across theatreland. So... Read more
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'The Memory of Water' review - revival is darker, yet wearisome
Time hasn’t been kind to The Memory of Water, Shelagh Stephenson’s play about three sisters brought together following the death of their mother. I saw Terry Johnson’s premiere of this same play at... Read more
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