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Three Sisters @ National Theatre Play Review
Conflicts resulting from ethnic division are unfortunately a common occurrence in Africa. Three Sisters focuses its attention on the Biafran... Read more
Cyrano De Bergerac @ Playhouse Theatre (Play Review)
Written by Edmond Rostand in 1897, the highly popular Cyrano de Bergerac is based on a historical... Read more
Fairview @ Young Vic (Play Review)
In a recent interview, when asked to summarise her Pulitzer winning drama ‘Fairview’, writer Jackie Sibble Drury was very coy... Read more
Candida @ Orange Tree Theatre (Play Review)
The Fabian Society is a British socialist organisation whose purpose is to advance the principles of democratic socialism via gradualist... Read more
Fairview @ Young Vic (28 Nov 2019 – 18 Jan 2020)
It’s Grandma’s birthday and the Frasier family have gathered to celebrate. Beverly just wants everything to run... Read more
Hunger @ Arcola Theatre (Play Review)
The bright lights and the promise of bountiful gainful employment have always been a lure for the young. In... Read more
3 Sisters @ National Theatre (3 Dec-19 Feb)
Fresh from the success of the second run of the critically acclaimed Barbershop Chronicles at the Roundhouse, writer... Read more
Unknown Rivers (Play Review)
In folklore, a mermaid is an aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and... Read more
Excluded @ St Saviours Church (Play Review)
Permanent exclusions continue to rise, but not as sharply as in previous years. For the academic year 2017/18, an... Read more
Uknown Rivers @ Hampstead Theatre (Till 7 Dec)
  Since her ordeal five years ago, nineteen-year-old Nene rarely leaves home. Secure within her mum’s embrace, Nene now keeps the... Read more
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