[Review:] SCHRÖDINGER’S DOG, The White Bear Theatre, London.

Written by Monty James and directed by Dom Riley, Schrödinger's Dog is a high-energy, comedic and clever play. It must be said that for an amateur production, Schrödinger's Dog is devised with the efficacy and sharpness of a professional theatre, both in its writing and in its direction. Its plot is fortuitous, and its characters... Continue Reading →

[Review:] THE TOWN MOUSE AND THE COUNTRY MOUSE, Puppet Theatre Barge, London.

This review will cover Puppet Theatre Barge's The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse, an adorable and quirky puppet show for children. Adapted, of course, from the well-known Aesop fable of the same name, this show made for many alterations; some I found positive and others I did not. I thought it forward-thinking that these... Continue Reading →

[Review:] 4.48 PSYCHOSIS, New Diorama Theatre, London.

Imprisoned behind glass, they stare forward. A mind-numbing whirring. A sudden eruption of sound, a flash of light, and they seem to glitch, extending their arms for help, strangling themselves. They sway. Deafinitely Theatre opens its current production, an adaptation of Sarah Kane's 4.48 Psychosis, with a horrifying and resolute visual, complete with stroboscopic lighting,... Continue Reading →

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