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Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.

Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Downstairs, London ****
Runs: 2hr 20 mins incl an interval
TICKETS 020 7565 -5000
In person: Mon–Sat, 10am-start of perf or 6pm if no show

© Johan Persson, Louisa Harland, Kwabena Ansah, Rebekah Murrell, Patrick McNamee - red rubber dog, a clock, a glass girl, a vase - with human feelings...in Glass

© Johan Persson, Louisa Harland, Kwabena Ansah, Rebekah Murrell, Patrick McNamee – red rubber dog, a clock, a glass girl, a vase – with human feelings…in Glass

Review: of perf seen Sept 26, 2019:

Remarkable. At 81, Caryl Churchill is still producing new plays as daring in form and treatment as any. She’s now brought not one but four new plays to the Royal Court, in many ways her alma mater where so many of her plays have seen the first light of day.  Continue reading

Made Visible

The Yard, Hackney, London (***)

© Mark Douet, Anjali Mya Chadha (Ayesha), Mia Soteriou (Ila) by mic, Haley McGee (Deborah) writing on screen

© Mark Douet, Anjali Mya Chadha (Ayesha), Mia Soteriou (Ila) by mic, Haley McGee (Deborah) writing on screen

There is much to commend in Deborah Pearson’s Made Visible, if also elements that irritate. But that’s the way when you’re trying to flesh out an argument you’re not even sure you should be attempting. Continue reading