Tag: Sharon Duncan-Brewster

Posted in Eugene O'Neill Rory Mullarkey Theatre

Review: The El. Train, Hoxton Hall

“So the night recedes too, until at last it must die and join all the other long…

Posted in Theatre Young Vic

Review: A Season in the Congo, Young Vic

“This is our Africa” The curse of theatre addiction is that even when I know I don’t…

Posted in Federico García Lorca Gate Theatre Theatre

Review: Yerma, Gate Theatre

“Does his breath make you want to feel his tongue in your mouth” Outgoing Artistic Directors Natalie…

Posted in DC Moore National Theatre Theatre

Review: The Swan, National Theatre

Second up in Double Feature 1 is DC Moore’s The Swan. Set in a South London pub,…

Posted in DC Moore National Theatre Sam Holcroft Theatre

Review: Double Feature 1, National Theatre

“We’re ready to go off-script now” Ever the contrarian, I took in Double Feature 1 at the…

Posted in National Theatre Theatre

Review: There is a War, National Theatre

Tom Basden’s There is a War makes for a more entertaining second half of Double Feature 2,…

Posted in National Theatre Theatre

Review: Double Feature 2, National Theatre

“We keep it loose, we stay chatty…we do not freak out” Switching it up a little for…

Posted in Hampstead Theatre Nina Raine Theatre

Review: Tiger Country, Hampstead Theatre

“I’m losing patience with the patients” Tiger Country is the third play by Nina Raine, writer of…

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Shows I am looking forward to in 2011

My intention is, honestly, to see less theatre this year and try and regain some semblance of…