[Review:] NUCLEAR FUTURE, Camden People’s Theatre, London.

There is something so off-putting, so darkly atmospheric, ominous and fearful about this play. Within it, there is so much emotion, yet all is tackled with such sterility and distance. Relationships are not demonstrated but explained; movement is minimal and implied; space (more on this later) is not depicted but inferred; even the recurring item... Continue Reading →

[Review:] MEMORY SOLDIER, Camden People’s Theatre, London.

This action-packed play written and performed by 7th Sense Theatre was good in many aspects, progressing away from the quotidian errors of the average theatre to create a rather effective and lively world. I will start with set. This was a good representation of how minimal set can be efficacious and imaginative. Whilst the same... Continue Reading →

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