Review: Echo/Chamber, Aslant Theatre Company (online)

Brighton Fringe Festival is England’s largest art festival, and returns this year in a hybrid format, with a mix of live and digital shows. Making their digital Brighton Festival this year is Aslant Theatre Company, who present their thought-provoking play, Echo/Chamber.  Written and directed by Antonia Georgieva and Oliver McFadden, Echo/Chamber is a contemporary story... Continue Reading →

Review: Romeo and Juliet, Creation Theatre (online)

Creation Theatre is renowned for taking classic texts and performing them in extraordinary locations, such as Bram Stoker’s Dracula  in the impressive surroundings of the London Library, and Cervantes’ Don Quixote in Oxford’s covered market. During the lockdown they’ve moved performances online, with innovative productions of The Wizard of Oz, The Tempest and now another... Continue Reading →

Review: Safe, Hackney Empire (online)

Alexis Gregory’s critically-acclaimed production Safe, which features stories of homeless and at-risk LGBTQ+ youth, could not be more relevant. The show, which was originally performed at the Soho Theatre, London Theatre Workshop, Norwich Theatre Royal and Reading Rep, has been reimagined in digital form and is based around the startling statistic that 25% of all... Continue Reading →

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