I was slightly apprehensive when going to review Tribe, having seen a lot of pretentious, uninspiring, or just simply bad physical theatre and dance pieces this Fringe.
Ariel Dorfman’s Death and the Maiden is one of my all time favourite plays; it is a beautifully written text, teeming with monologues many actors would dream to get their hands o…
Amina Khayyam’s Yerma is a beautiful rendition of Federico Garcia Lorca’s classic text.
With current situation in Calais, the rise of UKIP, depressing rhetoric used by politicians to describe migrants, this play could not be staged at a more fitting time.
Makoto Inoue’s non-verbal take on Shakespeare’s classic Macbeth is undoubtedly a feat.
I would like to preface this review by saying that I think this production could be fantastic.
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