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Hannah Mirsky has been reviewing theatre for over two years. She has been a Broadway Baby critic at the Edinburgh Fringe, and has extensive experience reviewing student theatre. She has also acted, directed and danced in numerous theatrical productions, and is about to begin studying for an NCTJ Diploma.


★★★★
Sacred Earth

Sacred Earth

Sacred Earth celebrates the interconnectedness between human emotions and the landscapes that shape them. Ragamala's dynamic Bharatanatyam choreography brings to life the fragile relationship between nature and man. Performed with live music. ‘Rapturous, profound’ (New York Times). Continue Reading

★★★★
Second Coming

Second Coming

Expect virtuosity, cavernous soundscapes and surprises as world-acclaimed Victor Quijada takes urban dance into new theatrical territory with Scottish Dance Theatre’s exquisite dancers. Part of British Council Showcase. 'Witty, clever and engaging' **** (Scotsman). www.madeinscotlandshowcase.com Continue Reading

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In-be-tween

In-be-tween

When the human condition is conceived as fragmented and haunted by an unavoidable sense of solitude, the body becomes a site of transformation, a liminal space where the borders between in and out, subject and object are blurred. Continue Reading

★★★★
Whatever Gets You Through the Night

Whatever Gets You Through the Night

Cora Bissett’s award-winning multimedia show, inspired by Scotland at night. Music / text by Scottish artists, including Ricky Ross, Errors, Rachel Sermanni, Alan Bissett, David Greig. **** (Guardian, Scotsman, Herald). ‘A major achievement’ (List). www.madeinscotlandshowcase.com Continue Reading

★★★★★
Brand New Ancients

Brand New Ancients

Poet and rapper Kate Tempest brings us an epic spoken tale of everyday gods, accompanied by a live quartet of violin, cello, tuba and percussion. A Kate Tempest and Battersea Arts Centre co-production, co-commissioned by the Albany. Continue Reading

★★★
Arcadia

Arcadia

What caused Lord Byron to leave England in a hurry in 1812? Stoppard's comic masterpiece: the present explores the past in a frenetic whirl of maths, philosophy, sex and rice pudding. (Best Play, Olivier and Tony Awards, 1994). Continue Reading

★★★★
Out to Lunch

Out to Lunch

A satire about eating and charity by an award-winning storyteller. In the belly of a vast, empty space, Klaff shows how to feed the world, spearing celebrities, speculators, supermarkets, supermodels and statesmen with customary versatility, poetry and relish. Continue Reading

★★★★
I Could\'ve Been Better

I Could've Been Better

Entering an over-10s swimming gala, aged 30, to defeat 11-year-old nemesis Veronica Barr, a signalman swims for his life. 'Wonderfully unique and beautifully heartbreaking' (TotalTheatre.og.uk). 'Tender and hilarious' (Exeuntmagazine.com). www.idiotchild.com Continue Reading

★★
Herons

Herons

Charlie called the police when he saw gang leader Ross murdering a teenager. With his own son now in danger, can there be hope in the midst of such brutality and despair? Exeter University Theatre Company. ‘Impeccable acting' (EdFringeReview.com, 2012). Continue Reading

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