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Woyzeck, Theatro Technis – Review

In a time of constantly changing policies, bleak uncertainty and social distancing, it brings a little chink of light to see Londoners returning to our theatres. It was heartening to join others to watch this show at Theatro Technis. So often we hear that we’re ‘living in unprecedented times’, and watching this production certainly reflected this. Directed by Gavin McAlinden and rehearsed via Zoom, this cast have only very recently come together to perform, previously learning their parts in isolation. ...

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Snow White, Chickenshed Theatre

Chickenshed Theatre was founded in 1974 and is a ground-breaking theatre company. They deliver a broad programme of performance, education and training, as well as participatory outreach with the community. Lou Stein is both the director and writer of the show and his take on Snow White attempts to contemporise the story by bringing it to London. The show begins with Snow White questioning her wealthy privilege, and wondering whether there’s more to life than being a rich girl living ...

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