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Joanna Alpern has reviewed theatre for The Tribe, Owl Eyes, and The Stand, as well as Broadway Baby.


★★★★★
Chicken Shop

Chicken Shop

Hendrix is growing up. Or at least he’s trying to. But he’s sick of his mother and her constant preaching on the virtues of an organic lifestyle. And he’s sick of her girlfriend, a twentysomething stunner who winds him up relentlessly. But most of all he is sick of the bullies at school who Continue Reading

★★★★★
Blind

Blind

A beatboxing theatre show unlike any other, UK beatboxing champion Grace Savage offers the most unlikely of musicals as she explores what young people are hearing in the world: what we are told by our mothers, learn in the school playground and the music charts. An interrogation into the influences Continue Reading

The Interview

The Interview

A bitingly dark comedy centering around the extraordinary rendition of an American citizen, the use of enhanced interrogation techniques, America's insipid and ridiculous gun laws and the seemingly never-ending cycle of man's inhumanity to man as we come to terms with the surveillance state that the Continue Reading

★★★★
The Pin

The Pin

The Pin are Ben Ashenden and Alex Owen. They had two sold out runs at the Fringe in 2012 and 2013, won the award for Best Show at the 2013 London Sketchfest and there's a slim chance you'll have seen them knocking around on BBC3, ITV and Channel 4. Now they're back with an hour of guff. ‘So Continue Reading

★★★★★
Silence in Court

Silence in Court

Jennifer Lyons claims rape. Charles Brand claims it was consensual sex. There are no witnesses. There is no evidence. You, the audience, are the jury and must decide - guilty or not guilty. 'An uncomfortable yet engaging and profoundly thought-provoking experience' ***** (Edinburgh Evening News). Continue Reading

★★★
Thief

Thief

Sailor thrives in the bars, dives and flop-houses of the most squalid ports. Look, you will see him. Sailor lives for robbery, imprisonment and expulsion. Be his victim. Sailor's virtues are simple: rent, theft, and betrayal. Join him. LRStageworks presents the Scottish premiere of Thief, by Liam Continue Reading

★★★★
Ablutions

Ablutions

Following the sell-out success of Belleville Rendez-vous, the award-winning FellSwoop Theatre (in association with Bristol Old Vic Ferment) return with Ablutions, adapted from the novel by Man Booker shortlisted author, Patrick DeWitt. A dark, boozy tale from the sodden depths of the LA underworld, Continue Reading

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