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A Beautiful Dream: Go to Sleep, Goddamnit! at Camden People’s Theatre

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. The Krumple’s inaugural offering in London is sweet, touching and very funny. Here’s hoping it won’t be the last. Go to Sleep, Goddamnit! is their first show and it roars onto the stage without speaking a single word. At the Camden People’s Theatre. Founded by … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Dream: Go to Sleep, Goddamnit! at Camden People’s Theatre

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. The Krumple’s inaugural offering in London is sweet, touching and very funny. Here’s hoping it won’t be the last. Go to Sleep, Goddamnit! is their first show and it roars onto the stage without speaking a single word. At the Camden People’s Theatre. Founded by … Continue reading

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Open Your Eyes to Very Still and Hard to See by Steve Yockey at the Etcetera Theatre

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. BeLT’s Very Still and Hard to See builds a dark ambience from a thoughtful script by Steve Yockey. While the premise is an encounter with an external manifestation of evil, as the show progresses it becomes clear that it is actually an exploration of the … Continue reading

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Open Your Eyes to Very Still and Hard to See by Steve Yockey at the Etcetera Theatre

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. BeLT’s Very Still and Hard to See builds a dark ambience from a thoughtful script by Steve Yockey. While the premise is an encounter with an external manifestation of evil, as the show progresses it becomes clear that it is actually an exploration of the … Continue reading