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REVIEW | RSC Mischief Festival – #WeAreArrested & Day Of The Living

The Mischief Festival returns to The Other Place at the RSC with a double-bill of two eye-opening and thought-provoking pieces of theatre. Exploring global questions of truth, freedom and corruption, both pieces shine a spotlight on issues in our modern society across the world. #WeAreArrested Set in Turkey, although resonates with any country, #WeAreArrested tells the…

Tyler Collins Ensemble in Sunshine on Leith.-Photography by Manuel Harlan

REVIEW | Sunshine on Leith | UK Tour

Sunshine on Leith is a refreshing piece of musical theatre that strips all stereotypes of jukebox musicals. Music by The Proclaimers is intertwined into a beautiful Scottish story that showcases the rollercoaster of life. When ex-soldiers Ally and Davy back to their hometown in Edinburgh, it is a funny and moving story of their lives…

Karen Fishwick and Bally Gill in the RSC's Romeo and Juliet

REVIEW | Romeo and Juliet | RSC

The RSC has brought the classic love story of Romeo and Juliet into a modern age with a production that tackles identity, gender and consuming love. Erica Whyman has taken the story of these two star-crossed lovers and elevated it into a contemporary world, stripped it back and created a really raw and honest piece…

Phoebe Waller-Bridge Fleabag UK Tour

REVIEW | Fleabag | UK Tour

Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s acclaimed production of the filthily funny Fleabag is currently on tour across the UK showcasing the life of a young twenty-something girl struggling to understand herself. Obsessed with sex, emotionally erratic and stumbling through a maze of social anxiety, Maddie Rice takes on the role of Fleabag (whose nickname is never explained), the…

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