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A Princess Undone, Park Theatre – Review

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Pros: The beautiful set design and the acting. Cons: The plot is weak and based on facts that the audience is expected to be familiar with. Before Diana became centre of attention for the British media, another princess had made headlines and fuelled gossip for decades. Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, was the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II and had quite a reputation as a lavish and untamed woman. Breaking off her engagement to Group Captain Peter Townsend, before marrying theatre photographer Anthony Armstrong-Jones, ...

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The Poetry We Make, The Vaults – Review

the poetry we make

Pros: The topic is compelling and presented from an original and timely perspective. Cons: The character of Elliott is underwritten. How would we react if we discovered that our partner of four years was undergoing gender reassignment? Hopefully, many of us would be cool with it, offering support and appreciating the courage of letting one’s true nature flourish. Some others, though, might feel cheated and even try to make the whole thing about themselves. The latter case applies to Elliott (Elena Voce), whom ...

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