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In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

Scarlet and Olive were left behind when the evacuation transport left their town without them. A dust storm has rendered their home a foreign landscape. They have five days until the transport will return to collect any stragglers, and news is due over the radio at any time between now the then.

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SCHISM – Finborough Theatre

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Chicago, 1998. Harrison and Katherine are both struggling. Harrison’s wife recently left him and he gave up a challenging career choice for a safer one as a Math teacher. Fourteen-year-old Katherine’s school cannot see past her cerebral palsy, so she’s not allowed to take “normal” classes. Schism begins when both characters reach breaking point: Harrison is mid-suicide attempt when Katherine breaks into his home to appeal for his help to move into his Math class.

The Curious Mind of TourettesHero

In Features, Inspiring people, Opinion by Chris GradyLeave a Comment

On Saturday Kath and I had the joy of seeing Jess, TourettesHero, Chopin, and Leftwing Idiot at Soho Theatre on the last stage of their BAC supported run at the Barbican/Soho with Backstage in Biscuitland. For anyone who has never seen this show, you can catch it this week in Sweden, but if you are in […]