Tag: Siu Hun Li

Posted in Film

Film review: the Johnny English trilogy

Johnny English, Johnny English Reborn and Johnny English Strikes Again prove ideal brainless festive watching “I’ve been…

Posted in Alexi Kaye Campbell Alice Birch Alistair McDowall Anton Chekhov Arthur Miller Brian Friel David Eldridge David Greig David Harrower Dennis Kelly Duncan Macmillan Ella Hickson Frank McGuinness Jack Thorne John Webster Jordan Tannahill Laura Wade Lockdown Treats Lorraine Hansberry Marina Carr Matt Charman Moira Buffini Morgan Lloyd Malcolm News Nicholas Wright Pam Gems Penelope Skinner Peter Shaffer Philip Ridley Shakespeare Stef Smith Theatre Thomas MIddleton Tom Stoppard Tom Wells Winsome Pinnock Yasmina Reza

News: The Mono Box launch The Monologue Library

I mean, just look at this absolute treasure trove of theatrical talent!  We are proud to announce…

Posted in 10 questions for 10 years Blogged Morgan Lloyd Malcolm Theatre

10 questions for 10 years – Ming Ho

Playwright and scriptwriter Ming Ho takes on 10 questions and reveals the unlikeliest of Josephs you ever…

Posted in Abi Zakarian Courttia Newland fosterIANs Jack Thorne LGBT+ Matilda Ibini Matthew López Moira Buffini Musicals Old Vic Paul Unwin Theatre Top moments West End Young Vic

10 of my top moments in a theatre in 2018

Flashes of excellence can be found in the midst of any production so this list celebrates some…

Posted in Theatre Theatre review

Review: Citizens of Nowhere?, Southbank Centre

The fascinating site-specific and immersive Citizens of Nowhere? makes for an intriguing afternoon at the Southbank Centre “Things…

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Web Series review: Jade Dragon

“You all look Chinese to me” Just a quickie for this web series which I’ve been meaning…

Posted in Anders Lustgarten Arcola Theatre Theatre

Review: The Sugar-Coated Bullets of the Bourgeoisie, Arcola Theatre

“We made the revolution, not Mao” The Sugar-Coated Bullets of the Bourgeoisie is based on more than…

Posted in Digital Film Short Films

Short Film Review #23

  My Dad the Communist from Tuyen Do on Vimeo. It is tempting to see My Dad…

Posted in Alexander Pushkin Not-London RSC Theatre UK

Review: Boris Godunov, Swan Theatre

“Everywhere they curse the name of Boris” The instinctive reaction when one hears of a production of…