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Yvette (Play Review)
Can you remember what it was like when you were thirteen year old schoolchild with you mind filled with boys... Read more
The Firm @ Hampstead Theatre (Play Review)
The critically acclaimed production makes a welcomed and triumphant return to Hampstead Theatre, Downstairs after its first outing in 2017.... Read more
Death of a Salesman @ Young Vic (Play Review)
Death of a Salesman deals with the rapid mental decline of a man who... Read more
Small Island @ National Theatre (Play Review)
Without doubt the outstanding feature of this lusciously lavish production of Small Island is Katrina Lindsay set design. From huge... Read more
The Trick (Play Review)
In The Trick, writer Eve Leigh asks us to reflect a little deeper than we’d normally do on the... Read more
Soft Animals by Holly Robinson (Play Review)
Holly Robinson’s debut play, Soft Animals, is a two header with Bianca Stephens playing Frankie Ellie Piercy as Sarah. As... Read more
Sweat (Play Review)
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was supposed to benefit all Americans by the huge export potential of goods... Read more
The Convert – Play Review
Did you know that some of Nigeria’s Pentecostal churches have congregations reaching over 200,000 that they have be held in... Read more
A Small Place (Theatre Review)
Did you know that Antigua is 14 miles long by 11 miles wide? This fact is repeated throughout... Read more
The Hoes (Theatre Review)
Recently I had the pleasure of seeing Ifeyinwa Fedrick’s debut play The Hoes at the Hampstead theatre. The audience were sat huddled... Read more