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‘This show needs to be seen & experienced’: MISTY – Trafalgar Studios ★★★★★

In London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Plays, Reviews, Ticket recommendations by Olivia MitchellLeave a Comment

Misty is an outstanding, relevant, vibrant and moving piece of theatre written and performed by a theatrical genius. Arinzé Kene’s use of spoken word, movement, rhythm and singing is masterful and makes you feel as though you are with him every step of his journey.

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‘It feels as though we’ve seen it all before’: FOXFINDER – West End ★★★

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Timing is everything. When Foxfinder opened at the Finborough in December 2011, it was hailed as a ‘darkly thrilling’ new voice and subsequently earned its writer, Dawn King, a glut of awards from the Royal National Theatre Foundation Playwright scheme to a Pearson Award Playwright-in-Residence bursary.

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‘We open with six munitionettes in a factory’: Director Jimmy Walters on WWI drama Square Rounds

In Features, Interviews, London theatre, Native, Opinion, Plays, Quotes, Reviews, Ticket recommendations by Rev StanLeave a Comment

Getting its first staging for three decades, Tony Harrison’s World War I-set play Square Rounds is based on true events and explores the devastating impact of chemical warfare and weapons of mass destruction. Director Jimmy Walters talked to Rev Stan about its relevance today.