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REVIEW | Concubine | Birmingham Rep

Written and performed by Amahra Spence, Concubine is a hard-hitting play that explores human trafficking in our modern world. In this one-woman play, Amahra takes the audience through a vulnerable 16-year-old girl’s painful experience as she is manipulated and abused. Amahra’s authentic language creates a character that is scarily relatable. As she deals with teenage…

REVIEW | The Band | UK Tour

Take That’s musical The Band has toured the UK and with just three weeks left, opened at Wolverhampton Grand last night. It’s a musical that I fell in love with when it opened in September 2017, and since it has continued to grow in my heart. It’s a heartfelt story about female friendship and if…

As You Like It at the RSC. Credit: Topher McGrillis

REVIEW | As You Like It | RSC

The RSC take the phrase ‘all the world’s a stage’ and creates a production of As You Like It that invites the audience into their theatrical world, taking them on a journey through the lives of a collection of characters and their varieties of love. It’s an ensemble piece but tells the story of young…

Come From Away - West End Production, London Cast

REVIEW | Come From Away | West End

Come From Away is an empowering story that honours what is lost, but commemorates what is found during heart-wrenching tragedy. Telling the story of a small town’s kindness and selflessness when disaster struck, it’s a moving reminder that love triumphs all. The day of the 9/11 terror attacks the US airspace closed, and 38 planes…