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‘Taking stock of human connection’: LOVE SCREENS – Open Ealing (Online review)

In London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Michael DavisLeave a Comment

In OPEN Ealing’s Love Screens – three short plays that are written by Nicolas Ridley and directed by Anthony Shrubsall – relationships are placed under the microscope: those that have run their course, those that have remained in a state of inertia and those that may blossom, given the right circumstances.

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BOEING BOEING – Oldham Coliseum

In Plays, Regional theatre, Reviews by Kristy StottLeave a Comment

We’re in Paris and it’s the swinging sixties and Bernard, a bachelor and highly successful Parisian architect, is flying by the tail wind of the Jet Age. With three fiancées, who are all air hostesses for different airlines and flying on different routes, he has managed to ensure that only one of the women is ‘at home’ in Paris at any one time. However, with the dawn of newer planes and faster aircraft, Bernard’s carefully timetabled system is put under severe pressure.