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Surprises that derive from the spice of life

In Books, Children's theatre, Features, London theatre, Opinion, Reviews by Susan ElkinLeave a Comment

I think variety is the best thing about my life and work. In the last two weeks, I’ve seen a children’s show at Chichester, amateur takes on Our Country’s Good and Follies, three youth theatre shows (one of them in Cambridge and two by National Youth Theatre’s 2018 Rep Company), one straight play, one for under-5s and a musical at London’s Jermyn Street.






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‘The best interaction is between Stubbs & Brayben’: HONOUR – Park Theatre

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews, Ticket recommendations by Johnny FoxLeave a Comment

The best interaction in Honour at the Park Theatre is between Imogen Stubbs and Katie Brayben, largely very convincing as the sharp journalist and they trade some good points about agency and entitlement and some women’s self-deluding complicity in men’s agendas – like career and fatherhood.