Broadway Baby

Brighton Fringe
★★★★
Confessional

Confessional

Kevin’s a teenager who wants nothing more than a drift through life and the undying love of The One And Only Girl In All The World. But while Kevin sleeps and dreams, The Man in Black has other plans for his future. Continue Reading

★★★
Hamlet

Hamlet

Andrew Scott makes his Almeida debut in the title role and Juliet Stevenson plays Gertrude in a new production directed by Almeida Associate Director Robert Icke (1984; Mr Burns; Oresteia; Uncle Vanya) Continue Reading

★★★★★
Shit-faced Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing

Shit-faced Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing is possibly Shakespeare’s most well loved romantic comedy, filled with mistaken identities, petty arguments and put-downs, and the course of love not running smoothly (not least of all because friends keep interfering). Sounds like a Friday night in any British boozer. But Continue Reading

★★★★
Girls Like That

Girls Like That

When a naked photo of Scarlett goes viral, rumours ricochet from smartphone to smartphone, her reputation is trashed and her friendships turn sour. When the same thing happens to a boy he’s just one of the lads. Girls Like That explores gender inequality in the digital minefield of young Continue Reading

★★★★
Sea Fret

Sea Fret

Rising sea levels are threatening the ground beneath her house but Ruby is wildly distracted. She wants one final blow out before her best mate Lucy leaves for Uni. Continue Reading

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