★ Bungling Attempt at Satire

Abigail Bryant reviews Lottery at the Pleasance Lottery starts out with potential and intrigue, but unfortunately loses it’s way and spirals into a production that is all bark and no bite. Unfortunately for all (especially the suited and hot-pink booted cast), the Pleasance theatre does not cater well […]

Class Privilege, Gentrification and Contemporary Gay Culture: James McAndrew discusses his production of George Johnston’s new play, Snapshot.

Abigail Bryant interviews director James McAndrew Firstly, congratulations on directing your first, full-length new play. Are you excited for its showcase at the Hope Theatre?  Incredibly excited. I’m very lucky to have such a challenging play to work on, and to have such an amazing team of cast […]

★★★ The Unbridled Joy of Sex

Charlotte Pegram reviews Bridle at Camden People’s Theatre Three women roam the stage wearing large silicone horse heads. You might be forgiven for thinking you’ve walked into an art installation but this is a distinctly straight-talking play. And, when the horse heads come off, Bridle becomes an explosive […]