Review: Sex/Crime, Soho Theatre

When the audience first enters Soho Theatre upstairs, they could be forgiven for fearing they’re about to witness a blood bath. Plastic sheeting covers the walls and a red sofa in the centre of the stage, reminiscent of the US TV series Dexter; while a trolley laden with BSDM ‘implements’ sits ominously at the front.... Continue Reading →

Top 10 theatre shows of 2019

With a new year and new decade just days away, I've compiled a list of the productions which had a huge impact on me over the past twelve months. In no particular order, here's my top theatre shows of 2019. The Ocean at the End of the Lane, National Theatre A late entry into this... Continue Reading →

Review: The Colours, Soho Theatre

Death, it's the one certainty in life and yet it's something that's not often openly talked about in our country. Thankfully Crowded Room, which creates theatre to help stimulate discussion, aims to change that with its latest production, The Colours, now playing at Soho Theatre. Written by Harriet Madeley, who also performs in the play,... Continue Reading →

News: What Girls Are Made Of comes to the Soho Theatre

Following a sold-out, Fringe First-winning run at Edinburgh Fringe 2018, where it returns this summer, Cora Bissett’s What Girls Are Made Of charts her rollercoaster journey from indie-kid hopeful to wised-up woman. In this exhilarating and exciting piece of gig theatre, directed by Orla O’Loughlin (Mouthpiece) and winner of a Scottish Culture Award 2019, Cora... Continue Reading →

Review: Mouthpiece, Soho Theatre

Mouthpiece originally premiered last year at Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre and now arrives at London’s Soho Theatre for a limited run. Written by Kieran Hurley, the play is a clever and powerful commentary on the theatre world itself in terms of artistic responsibility and the representation of social classes within the arts. Libby (Neve McIntosh) is... Continue Reading →

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