Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the Royal Court Theatre’s production of Hole, Ellie Kendrick’s debut play.
‘Exploration of feminine rage performed by a diverse ensemble’: HOLE – Royal Court Theatre
Leaving the Royal Court after watching Ellie Kendrick’s new play Hole, I overhear another audience member describe feeling like she has just been “hit over the head with a sledgehammer”. It’s a pretty apt description.
‘It is in-yer-face, a touch transgressive & very proud’: HOLE – Royal Court Theatre
Hole, a short new play from actor Ellie Kendrick is full of ferocity but is not strong on originality or nuance.
‘A gloriously irreverent & refreshing interpretation’: THREE SISTERS – Yard Theatre
RashDash’s female-centred, millennial take on Chekhov’s story of three women trapped in the Russian countryside pining for their old lives in Moscow is a gloriously irreverent and refreshing interpretation.
‘Encapsulates everything theatre should be & should do in this day and age’: THREE SISTERS – The Yard Theatre ★★★★★
An ode to the zeitgeist, and a reminder of our roots, Three Sisters encapsulates everything theatre should be and should do in this day and age. Thank the goddesses these women have made a platform for their voice.
WE WANT YOU TO WATCH – Touring
What would the world be like if we could annihilate pornography? How different would our world be if we could ban online porn and just start again? It’s an interesting debate and the subject of Rash Dash Theatre Company’s current production, We Want You To Watch.
WE WANT YOU TO WATCH – National Theatre
PORN AND PHYSICALITY We’re all on the same page here, right? Online pornography is increasingly violent, graphically displaying real, abusive sexual acts devoid of tenderness. Rapist sex is perversely extreme, anatomically damaging and profoundly corrupting to the angry, the lonely, … Continue reading →