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Total posts found for "Greg Wetherall" — 60
31st Jul 2016
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HALF OF ME – Lyric Hammersmith, London.

Fuelled by purpose and feeling, Half of Me tackles an issue that is often not considered, let alone addressed, in wider society in the modern age: that of children born...

29th Jul 2016
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MUMBURGER – The Archivist’s Gallery, London.

Appearances can be deceiving. If one were to look at the moniker heading up this production alone, they probably wouldn’t be expecting a play preoccupied with grief. But that’s exactly...

04th Feb 2016
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IN/OUT (A FEELING) – THE HOPE THEATRE, LONDON.

The considerable news coverage over recent years aimed at increasing awareness of the human sex trafficking issue – the very thing that should be a clarion call for action and...

23rd Jan 2016
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LORD OF THE FLIES – RICHMOND THEATRE, LONDON

William Golding’s incisive study of mankind’s nature still has the power to send tremors, chills and also begrudging recognition down the spine over 60 years after it was released. Adapted...

18th Jan 2016
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BIG BROTHER BLITZKRIEG – King’s Head Theatre, London.

Big Brother Blitzkrieg kicks off with a dejected Hitler (Stephen Chance) consulting a university rejection letter. Despondent and devastated, he attempts suicide. He fails. When he awakes from a state...

18th Jan 2016
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THE LONG ROAD SOUTH – King’s Head Theatre, London.

A clammy, balmy atmosphere permeates the stage space in Civil Rights drama The Long Road South. Set across a hot afternoon and evening in Indianapolis in 1965, Paul Minx’s script traces...

20th Dec 2015
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WONDER.LAND – National Theatre, London.

Damon Albarn’s preoccupation with the digital age was writ large in, and central to, his 2014 debut solo record, Everyday Robots. This obsession continues in his ebullient co-creation wonder.land: a...

23rd Aug 2015
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OUR HOUSE – Union Theatre

Early on in this fringe revival of Madness’s warm-hearted jukebox musical Our House, concerns arrive with a klaxon that this might be an outing as badly wired as the automobile chronicled in the...

02nd Aug 2015
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TOMMY – Greenwich Theatre, London

  A lot of goodwill greets the first revival of The Who’s Tommy for 19 years, but to paraphrase their contemporaries, The Rolling Stones, audiences might find little in the way of...

02nd Aug 2015
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JEKYLL AND HYDE – The Platform Theatre, London

  A female Jekyll, a male Hyde, a relocation and a new narration are just a few of the modern touches that grace this visually arresting piece of Theatre from Writer and Director...

26th Jun 2015
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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM – The Savill Garden, Windsor.

An amble through the glorious splendor of Windsor’s Savill Garden, for the immersive version of  A Midsummer Night’s Dream, makes plain that this is quite possibly the perfect environment in which...

12th Jun 2015
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I AND THE VILLAGE – Theatre503, London.

Already 4 years old, Silva Semerciyan’s biting I and the Village, a play that scrutinises the power of conformity, culture, dissent and a nation’s love of firearms, continues to resonate. Portrayed...

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