Category Archives: Fringe

REVIEW: Everyday Maps For Everyday Use at the Finborough

This article was first published on A Younger Theatre. To see the original review, please click here. Everyday Maps for Everyday Use contains moments of brilliance. As part of the Papatango New Writing Festival, inevitably the writing is offered up … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Cul-de-Sac at Theatre503

This article was first published on A Younger Theatre. To see the original review, please click here. Cul-De-Sac, the first play from stand-up comic Matthew Osborn is not the sort of show you’d usually expect to see at Theatre503. Plumbing … Continue reading

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REVIEW: ‘Shelf Life’ at Marylebone Gardens

This article was first published on A Younger Theatre. To see the original review, please click here. Entering Shelf Life through a giant vagina, you know at once that this show does not shy away from the ridiculous. Shelf Life … Continue reading

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REVIEW: ‘Silver Shores’ at the Tristan Bates Theatre

This article was first published on A Younger Theatre. To see the original review, please click here. Emmanuel Akintunde as Lekan in ‘Silver Shores’ Silver Shores opens in a week that could not be more pertinent to its subject matter. … Continue reading

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REVIEW: BLAST! at the Horse

This review was originally published on A Younger Theatre. To view the original article, please click here. BLAST! is aptly named. It is like a firework, a rocket, exploding and illuminating for an instant, and then gone. For me, the … Continue reading

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