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Scatter of Opinion
Rosie Snell fell in love with Asian theatre and devising while completing her degree in Theatre Arts, Directing. After university, she worked in the West End before taking on a role outside the arts industry. Missing the magic of theatre, she founded her blog Scatter Of Opinion in February 2015. I hope to bring on more guest reviewers to the blog this year. She reviews shows big and small and, with the help of collaborator Greg Spong, accompanies each post with an original illustration. She tweets via @ScatterOpinion.
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THE CRAFT – Theatre 503

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In under 5 months Bigger Fish Theatre have formed a theatre company, produced a night of original short plays at the Telegraph Hill festival in March and now bring a new selection of writing to London. A small selection of six plays made it into Short Stuff Two at Theatre 503, after the team read over 200 submissions from around the world.

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PERCY – Southwark Playhouse

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The highlight of the evening was Tom Collinson’s Percy, directed by Natasha Rickman. Percy, a man in his 50’s, has dedicated his working life to one store, and one section; The Kitchen. Every item known and loved with intricate detail, Percy’s loyalty and routine is what ends up getting him into trouble with the new boss.


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