Reviews,Theatre

Hangmen

23 Dec , 2015  

Did you find that funny? Heaving a collective sigh of relief after the recent by-election in Oldham (the place just north of Manchester in which Martin McDonagh’s new play is set) there is, with some, still the bad aftertaste of having only narrowly avoided a renewed surge of ugly UKIP-led chauvinism. And it is indeed […]

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Mummenschanz at the Peacock Theatre

21 Jul , 2014  

It’s just a white line on the floor, the rest is black. Then, a tiny part of the line moves and after a while it slowly erects itself. It bends down again and suddenly comes to life. It wriggles about and dances to some kind of silent beat. This simple white line has turned into […]

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Reviews,Theatre

The Last Days of Limehouse by Yellow Earth

18 Jul , 2014  

Have you wandered around London’s China Town lately? The pretty gates in Soho serve as a popular tourist attraction but have you ever wondered where the Chinese community in London actually lives? Not in Soho, that’s for sure, swamped as it is with actor’s agents and film post-production offices. The Last Days of Limehouse invites […]

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