Category Archives: Theatre Review

April Weekends

Well… here we are. The end of April is upon us. The Easter weekend feels a long long way away already (in fact, the next Bank Holiday is upon us!). Those four days off work went very quickly. On Good … Continue reading

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Echoes of a Vanished World – National Theatre, March 2013

On our way to see Port at the National Theatre, we made time to check out Echoes of a Vanished World. The exhibition had stories to tell. The story of small remote tribes and our duty to protect them and let them be. In … Continue reading

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Mariko Mori: Rebirth – Burlington Gardens, February 2013

Okay. I’ll be honest. We only went to the Mariko Mori exhibition because I saw a poster on the tube and it looked nice. But hey… please don’t judge me. Yes, that poster made me go to the exhibition… but would we … Continue reading

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Elephant – Greenwich Theatre, 20 May 2010

Obviously, when a play called “Elephant” is in town, I have to see it! There’s a very good review of the play here. But let me just say that Elephant is a powerful story-telling play from Africa with a moral. … Continue reading

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11 and 12 – Barbican Theatre, 19 February 2010

The irony of going to see 11 and 12 at the Barbican Theatre on Friday night did not escape me.  Only the day before, a military coup in Niger (West Africa) saw the President deposed and the government dissolved. 11 … Continue reading

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