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Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four

This adaptation of a Sherlock Holmes classic is as straightforward as it gets. The whole play is refreshingly natural. Everything from the costumes to...
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Box Clever / Killymuck

Box Clever and Killymuck come as double bill at the Bunker. The two one-woman-shows give a valid insight into the life of women born at the lower end ...
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My White Best Friend

This play, or rather event, is more comparable to a stand-up poetry gathering than a conventional theatre performance. The actors read out letters tha...
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ART

The brief title, Art, encompasses from A to T a satirical comedy that leaves the audience in stitches from beginning to end. What a grand performance ...
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Rattled

Rachel Harper both wrote and performed Rattled based on a true story. Her acting as Em, the main character, is the cherry on top. It is hard to take y...
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Thriller Live

Upfront, the performers of Thriller Live display incredible dedication and it is clear that there are hundreds of hours of training behind moves that ...
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Outlying Islands

A rather underwhelming revival of David Greig’s social drama. The philosophical questions addressed in the play are dealt with at a very shallow level...
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In Lipstick

In Lipstick is a drama that is not short of comedy elements. While the theme of the storyline is through-and-through tragic, the characters on stage a...