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Miniaturists 54 at the Arcola – 3 Stars

An evening’s entertainment comprised of five short plays by different writers is always going to somewhat resemble a packet of Revels – some you like, some less so and some you’re like: which vicious bastard disguised toffee for coffee and, more importantly, whose paying for my new dentures? […]

The Miniaturists at the Arcola Theatre

This year marks the 10 year anniversary of The Miniaturists. Since 2005, The Miniaturists has been bringing together the best in new short-form plays by established and emerging playwrights, helping to popularise the short play evening format with theatre audiences. Over the past decade, writers including David Eldridge, […]

Product at Arcola Theatre – 4 Stars

It’s a strange concept: a play based on a movie script, and an awful script at that. Mark Ravenhill’s 2005 comedy Product, is essentially a pitch for the screenplay Mohammed and Me, a 9/11-inspired drama fuelled by Islamic paranoia and built on a foundation of appalling writing and […]