Mates blogger: Michael Davis


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Michael Davis
Michael Davis is a former actor and director. He’s passionate about fringe theatre and publicising shows that don’t necessarily receive mainstream attention. He’s previously reviewed for Female Arts and The Play’s the Thing and now runs his own site, Breaking the Fourth Wall. Michael is interested and knowledgeable about all aspects of the arts. He tweets @Michael30517721.
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The latest from Michael on MyTheatreMates

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‘Many things to commend’: FRIDAY NIGHT LOVE POEM – Touring ★★★★

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Regional theatre, Reviews, Touring by Michael DavisLeave a Comment

But seeing as sex permeates all walks of life, where does one find honest, unbiased answers? Written by Natalia Knowlton and directed by Sammy Glover, Friday Night Love Poem addresses this conundrum through three young women who ‘come of age’ and have their own reasons for their respective ‘issues’.

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‘The respective character arcs are satisfying in their own right’: SITTING – Arcola Theatre ★★★★

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There have been a number of plays that have dealt with the importance of ‘art’ and what the viewer brings to its ‘meaning’. Sitting – which is written by Katherine Parkinson and directed by Sarah Bedi – takes a different tact, focusing on the relationship the ‘sitter’ has with the person painting them.


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