Tag: review

★★★ True West

Harry Bignell reviews True West at Vaudeville Theatre. My initial thought upon taking my seat at the Vaudeville Theatre is how the clever use of set wall angles sucks the audience into the pokey front room of the house in Southern Carolina where Sam Shepard’s True West plays […]

★★★★ Ruffian Diamonds

Simon Ward reviews The Ruffian On The Stair at The Hope Theatre Joe Orton’s plays call for excellence in production and playing to match the brilliance and heightened language of his writing. Fortunately, everything in this show at the Hope, from the top-notch cast (Lucy Benjamin, Gary Webster […]

★★★★ Millennial Nihilism at its Best

Anna Hadley reviews (sorry) at the Edinburgh Fringe Susie Sillet’s (sorry) navigates the world whilst she balances it upon her shoulders. Performed by Louise Beresford, she apologises until her joints eventually give out. But she shouldn’t be apologising for highlighting our collective anxiety, and our constant need to […]