[Review:] THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF HENRY VAN DYKE, Tabard Theatre, London.

This humorous and unique play written by Karrim Jalali and directed by Joy Harrison is currently performing at the Tabard Theatre. The key defining feature of this play is, of course, its writing. With only two characters, the structure meanders comically from conventional play to metatheatrical representation and back again. This brave work, however, was... Continue Reading →

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[Review:] TONY’S LAST TAPE, Omnibus Theatre, London.

As the audience unfurl into the studio, they are met with a desk swamped with boxes and papers, and a bookcase stacked with books on Tony Benn which later find themselves in Philip Bretherton's (playing Tony) hands, leaking into the space. Bretherton then enters through a door at the back of the stage holding a... Continue Reading →

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