A Day by the Sea Two’s Company Southwark Playhouse
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A Day by the Sea

In his 1950s heyday, N.C. Hunter was known as the ‘English Chekov’. His gentle comedic dramas were performed by actors from John Gielgud to Vanessa Re...
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Anyone’s Guess How We Got Here

In the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Programme, Anyone’s Guess How We Got Here is described as ‘ a road trip. A haunted house. A bedtime story. A photo al...
Mosquitoes at the National Theatre. Photo by Brinkhoff Mogenburg
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Mosquitoes

2017 has been a rough year, so far; 2016 was no better. Brexit, Trump, wars and climate change are all making the world feel less and less stable. It ...
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Bridle

To be woman is to be assessed. Everywhere you turn, people expect things of you; things that, sometimes, you are unable to deliver. A long term partne...
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This is Private Property

The British press have been fixated on London’s housing crisis for the past five years or so. Hardly a day goes by without seeing a headline about soa...
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Under the Bed

Rare is it to see a play told entirely from the perspective of a child. In Under the Bed, we are transported to the darkly magical world of Alice, who...
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The Killing of Sister George

When Frank Marcus’s The Killing of Sister George opened in 1965, it was a controversial piece. It was one of the first plays to depict a lesbian relat...
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The State vs John Hayes

America shares the death penalty with countries such as China, Iran and North Korea. Lucy Roslyn explores this (as well as issues surrounding women’s ...
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Martyr

In the current political climate, what with ISIS, the Israeli-Palestine conflict and our British lack of a spiritual identity, it is impossible to esc...