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The Love and Devotion of Ridley Smith: Review for Everything Theatre

I reviewed The Love and Devotion of Ridley Smith for Everything Theatre: A new play supported with funding from IdeasTap and Arts Council England, The Love and Devotion of Ridley Smith tells the story of a young stockbroker confronting the moral quandaries of his profession. Tom Machell plays the winsome, naive Ridley as an overgrown schoolboy who realises … Continue reading

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The Love and Devotion of Ridley Smith: Review for Everything Theatre

I reviewed The Love and Devotion of Ridley Smith for Everything Theatre: A new play supported with funding from IdeasTap and Arts Council England, The Love and Devotion of Ridley Smith tells the story of a young stockbroker confronting the moral quandaries of his profession. Tom Machell plays the winsome, naive Ridley as an overgrown schoolboy who realises … Continue reading

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Another F*cking Variety Show: Review for Everything Theatre

I reviewed Another F*cking Variety Show for Everything Theatre: I confess I am extremely partial to the Wonderground’s beautiful Spiegeltent. Every time I walk into those lush red velvet surroundings I instantly want to run away with the circus. Any show benefits from such a transporting atmosphere and Lili La Scala’s Another F*cking Variety Show is no … Continue reading

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Another F*cking Variety Show: Review for Everything Theatre

I reviewed Another F*cking Variety Show for Everything Theatre: I confess I am extremely partial to the Wonderground’s beautiful Spiegeltent. Every time I walk into those lush red velvet surroundings I instantly want to run away with the circus. Any show benefits from such a transporting atmosphere and Lili La Scala’s Another F*cking Variety Show is no … Continue reading

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The Dinner Party Revisited: Review for Everything Theatre

I reviewed The Dinner Party Revisited for Everything Theatre: My experience of Katherine Araniello’s The Dinner Party Revisited, part of the Southbank Centre’s Unlimited Festival, is completely coloured by the fact that I get seated next to a Very Important Artist. The moment she finds out I am there to review the show, she very charmingly … Continue reading