[Review:] Baby Blues, Bread and Roses Theatre, London.

Baby Blues, written and directed by Michael Greenwood, is a didactic-expressive performance investigating Post-Natal Depression. This performance teetered between stylised physical movement and monologues. I will start with this former. Certain movements — such as popping of the chest, and lifting and spinning — became a repeated repertoire, dampening the overall efficacy of the dances.... Continue Reading →


[Review:] ROBIN HOOD: THE ARROW OF DESTINY, Theatre Peckham, London.

Written by Richard Hurford, music and lyrics by Rob Castell, and directed by Suzanne McLean, Robin Hood: The Arrow of Destiny performed at the Theatre Peckham. This musical was certainly spectacular. The use of fairy lights along the backdrop and trees was an effective and charming decision. However, these would have been better on a... 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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