[Review:] 4 STAGES, Bread and Roses Theatre, London.

I shall start by saying that this is not the strongest performance, but it certainly has budding potential. There is a lot to be reworked, rethought and refined, and there is a huge issue with naturalism and focus, yet, once pace has picked up and style has improved, the denouement is, indeed, rather robust and... Continue Reading →

[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 →

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