Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Knot of the Heart at the Almeida

Written for Whatsonstage.com With three cold-hearted women at its centre, it’s initially difficult to warm to David Eldridge’s new play. All three have addictions of some kind: Lucy has a drug problem, her older sister Angela is a workaholic, and their … Continue reading

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74 Georgia Avenue at #72 New End Theatre

Written for Whatsonstage.com  A one-act play by American writer Murray Schisgal, 74 Georgia Avenue is an intriguing and surprising two-man play. Taking place in the house of Joseph and his wife, the peace is unexpectedly disturbed by an unknown visitor, Marty. … Continue reading

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A Bold Stroke for a Husband at #71 Bridewell Theatre

The Bridewell’s Lunchbox Theatre series is proving popular: on a Wednesday lunch time there’s a good crowd of people assembled to watch Little Bear Theatre’s production of A Bold Stroke for a Husband. A 40 minute version of Hannah Cowley’s … Continue reading

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Winterlong at Soho Theatre

Written for TheatreFix Winterlong, the first play from Bruntwood Prize-winning playwright Andrew Sheridan, is an ambitious and intriguing drama about Oscar, a boy who is repeatedly rejected by those around him. Beginning at the moment when Oscar’s pregnant teenager mother … Continue reading

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