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‘Thought-provoking & naturally entertaining’: BORDERS & GAMES – Arcola Theatre ★★★★

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Plays that show a number of perspectives are generally more nuanced, thought-provoking and naturally entertaining. With this in mind, the double bill of plays by Henry Naylor at Arcola Theatre does this in spades. Directed by Louise Skaaning with Michael Cabot, Borders and Games broach the subjects of personal responsibility and using one’s abilities to the fullest.

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Review: Cans (Theatre 503)

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The reputation of Theatre 503 as London’s bubbling crucible of new writing is further enhanced with Stuart Slade’s Cans, a two-hander set in a cluttered garage. Like all 503’s work, the journey from page to stage is satisfyingly swift, supported with decent production values and some fine acting, so Cans may be the first full-length […]

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Review: Cans (Theatre 503)

In Reviews by Johnny FoxLeave a Comment

The reputation of Theatre 503 as London’s bubbling crucible of new writing is further enhanced with Stuart Slade’s Cans, a two-hander set in a cluttered garage. Like all 503’s work, the journey from page to stage is satisfyingly swift, supported with decent production values and some fine acting, so Cans may be the first full-length […]

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