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Review: We’re Few and Far Between, White Bear Theatre

Alexzandra Sarmiento makes a striking solo directorial debut at the White Bear Theatre with intriguing new play…

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Review: Blue, White Bear Theatre

Peter Hamilton’s brand of spiritualism might not do it for me but I suspect Blue will find…

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Review: Forsaking Others, White Bear Theatre

John Patterson’s new play Forsaking Others at the White Bear Theatre asks how well do we really…

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Review: Us, White Bear Theatre

Throwing contemporary city-dwelling coupledom under the spotlight, Us is an incisive new play at the White Bear…

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Review: Don’t Send Flowers, White Bear Theatre

Emily Garside’s Don’t Send Flowers leaves me a little frustrated at the White Bear Theatre “People don’t…

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Review: Gay Generations, White Bear Theatre

Gay Generations showcases a double bill of Michael McManus’ A Certain Term and Charlie Ross MacKenzie’s I…

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Review: On Cloud Nine

Semi-autobiographical in nature and stream-of-consciousness in form, monologue On Cloud Nine wrestles with some big issues “Apparently…

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Review: The Off Key, White Bear Theatre

A striking new musical that revels in the bittersweet nature of its examination of love, The Off…

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Review: After(s), White Bear Theatre

The perils of midweek drinking writ large – After(s) examines what it means to be in your…