Tag: fringe

★★★ 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 […]

★★★ Great Energy and Aplomb

Paul Caira reviews Dracula at The King’s Head Theatre This is a cheerful and well-executed parody of Dracula – not a satire as the publicity suggests – which lifts its version of the story almost directly from the 1992 Francis Ford Coppola film, complete with the tacked-on romantic […]