Tag: Adam Elliott

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Review: Houdini’s Greatest Escape, King’s Head Theatre

Strong performances can’t mask the shaky material in the spoofy Houdini’s Greatest Escape at the King’s Head…

Posted in Arrows & Traps Barn Theatre Digital Finborough Theatre LGBTQ+ Offie Awards Oscar Wilde Soho Theatre Theatre Theatre awards

The finalists of The ONCOMMs 2022

The OnComm is the new award for online shows from across the UK (and beyond) and was…

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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…

Posted in Ancient Greeks Arrows & Traps Digital Theatre Theatre review

Review: Talking Gods, Arrows & Traps online

Talking Gods sees Arrows & Traps move online with a creative hybrid of theatre and film hoiking…

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News: Arrows & Traps presents Talking Gods

This spring, Arrows & Traps presents Talking Gods, a digital season of five reimagined Greek myths. These…

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Review: The Wolves of Willoughby Chase, Jack Studio

“We’ll put some ginger in the good lady’s gravy” After The Box of Delights last week, I…

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Review: Othello, Upstairs at the Gatehouse

“O god that men should put an enemy in their mouths to steal away their brains” Playing…

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Review: Twelfth Night, Upstairs at the Gatehouse

“If music be the food of love then play on” It may be music that feeds love according…

Posted in Arrows & Traps Brockley Jack Theatre Leo Tolstoy Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2016

Review: Anna Karenina, Brockley Jack

“What happens if you can’t stop?” Helen Edmundson’s adaptation of Anna Karenina really is a clever thing….