Theatre Critic and Journalist


Review: The King’s Speech, Wyndham’s Theatre

Posted on Mar 30, 2012 in Criticism | 0 comments

David Seidler’s theatre script is, of course, the original. The one spotted by Tom Hooper’s mum at the Pleasance theatre and sent...

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Review: Foté Foré, London Roundhouse

Posted on Mar 30, 2012 in Criticism | 0 comments

Published in Time Out, 30.03.2012 Footballers are forged on the streets of Brazil; entrepreneurs in London’s East End, and acrobats...

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Review: Vera Vera Vera, Royal Court

Posted on Mar 28, 2012 in Criticism | 0 comments

To give Hayley Squires her dues, she writes impeccable dialogue. It is deft, responsive and, ninety-nine per cent of the time, handles...

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Review: Assassins, Pleasance Theatre

Posted on Mar 27, 2012 in Criticism | 0 comments

Published in Time Out, 26.03.2012 While Sweeney Todd stalks the West End, Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins are patrolling London’s...

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Review: The Master and Margarita, Barbican Centre

Posted on Mar 23, 2012 in Criticism | 0 comments

Mikhail Bulgakov’s great satiric novel cries out for theatrical adaptation. Not only does it use the theatre as an integral metaphor and...

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