Mates blogger: Liz Dyer


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Liz Dyer
A lifelong fan who's always been far more comfortable watching theatre than making it, Liz Dyer fell into blogging very much by accident after joining the blog team at London Theatre Direct. From there, she began reviewing regularly for LondonTheatre1.com and (fellow Mate) Carn's Theatre Passion, before setting up her own site Theatre Things in 2015 to cover shows across London and Kent. She tweets from her blog at @theatrethingsuk and personally at @lizzid82.
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The latest from Liz on MyTheatreMates

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Varied, thought-provoking & entertaining’: MONOLOG 2 – Chickenshed Theatre

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Liz DyerLeave a Comment

Monolog makes a dramatic contrast to Chickenshed’s recent Christmas production, which – as is traditional – featured a cast of hundreds. But despite the simple staging and intimate venue, there’s just as much diversity, talent and food for thought to be found in this very enjoyable showcase championing powerful new writing.

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‘An emotional rollercoaster with troubles that we can all relate to’: THE BAND – Touring ★★★★

In Musicals, Opinion, Regional theatre, Reviews, Touring by Liz DyerLeave a Comment

Surprisingly The Band – the new musical by Tim Firth interwoven with a plethora of Take That hits – is not a story of how The Band rose to fame, and their ups and downs. Instead the tale is from their fans’ perspective and shows how, despite what life throws at them, they stay lifelong loyal fans.


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