Category: Morgan Lloyd Malcolm

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Review: Terrifying Women II – the return, Golden Goose Theatre

Terrifying Women II: The Return is ghoulishly good fun at Camberwell’s Golden Goose Theatre “I’d like to…

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News: the Terrifying Women return to the Golden Goose for Halloween

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the theatre… After the sell-out success…

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Camden Fringe Reviews: Red Hot Pokers, Fox-Light + The Wasp

Another suite of Camden Fringe Reviews for Red Hot Pokers and The Wasp at the Hen &…

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Review: When The Long Trick’s Over, HighTide

Some creative genius is going on with the staging for Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s new play for HighTide…

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10 top theatrical moments of 2021

As distinct from my favourite shows of the year, this list celebrates the fact that sometimes the…

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My 10 favourite shows of 2021

Just a little bit late… Here’s 10 of my favourite shows, both online and onstage but fully…

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Review: Terrifying Women, Golden Goose Theatre

A set of six spooky short plays make Terrifying Women the perfect Halloween (trick or) treat at…

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Review: Mum, Soho Theatre

Following on from the brilliant Emilia, Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s new play Mum is a powerfully bracing experience…

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August casting update

  Linda Bassett and John Heffernan have been cast in Caryl Churchill’s new play What If If Only,…