Review: Outside, Orange Tree Theatre (online)

Last month the Orange Tree Theatre launched its first online production, Inside, a collection of three new short plays with the theme of isolation and loneliness. Now, as the UK starts to emerge from lockdown the second in the two-part series, Outside, receives its premiere.  Curated by the Orange Tree’s Literary Associate Guy Jones, Outside... Continue Reading →

Interview with Kalungi Ssebandeke

Kalungi Ssebandeke's short play, Prodigal, features as part of Orange Tree Theatre's Inside/Outside, a collection of plays by six emerging and established writers, performed and livestreamed from the theatre's auditorium. I caught up with Kalungi to find out more. Can you tell me about Prodigal?Prodigal is a short play about two estranged siblings who are... Continue Reading →

Review: Outside, The Space (online)

Gabrielle MacPherson’s first self-penned solo show, Outside is an unsettling play that grips throughout.  Willa hasn’t left her house in thirty years, her abusive father and manipulative mother hiding her away from society in order to ‘keep her safe’. But now she finds herself in a witness questioning suite surrounded by her parents’ belongings, desperately... Continue Reading →

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