Best of the Blogs: The Rubenstein Kiss, Joseph, The Shape of Pain, Chickenshed & open-air delights

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Only a couple of weeks ago leading media experts Vuelio not only named My Theatre Mates as one of its Top 10 UK Theatre Blogs, but another four Mates also featured in the list.

The fact that Mates made up half of the list is testament to the knowledge and expertise demonstrated by our 40-plus affiliated bloggers based in London, across the UK and internationally that contribute such high-quality and entertaining reviews and features on a day-to-day basis.

In a new series, our editor Lisa Martland picks out five of her Top Picks from the last week of theatre (18-22 March 2019), ranging from Libby Purves’ return (after a few months’ break) and her review of The Rubenstein Kiss at the Southwark Playhouse, to Susan Elkin pondering what the weather will bring as she begins a string of visits to open air theatre. Enjoy.

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An editor, writer and critic, Lisa Martland is the founder of Vuelio top-ranked website Musical Theatre Review which she set up in 2013. She has largely single-handedly developed it into one of the UK’s must-read sites for professionals and expert followers of the sector. In 2018, Lisa also joined the Terri Paddock Group, taking on the role of editor for both MyTheatreMates and our sister musical theatre site Stage Faves. Formerly, she was deputy editor at The Stage Newspaper.

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Lisa Martland
An editor, writer and critic, Lisa Martland is the founder of Vuelio top-ranked website Musical Theatre Review which she set up in 2013. She has largely single-handedly developed it into one of the UK’s must-read sites for professionals and expert followers of the sector. In 2018, Lisa also joined the Terri Paddock Group, taking on the role of editor for both MyTheatreMates and our sister musical theatre site Stage Faves. Formerly, she was deputy editor at The Stage Newspaper.

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