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Nuclear War, Buried & Graceland, Old Red Lion Theatre – Review

Triptych is probably one of the lesser known entries in the theatrical lexicon; it is a set of three associated artistic, literary or musical works intended to be appreciated together. Which is more or less what we got with this latest offering from the excellent Old Red Lion Theatre. Comprised of three plays; Nuclear War, Buried & Graceland draws together common themes exploring life and death in the very broadest sense. However, they are very distinct pieces but no less ...

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At Last, Lion and Unicorn Theatre – Review

At Last is a clever, well-written and emotionally outstanding production. In a pre-Brexit world, this imagined dystopia is a timely, scary and thought-provoking production which serves as a retrospective review of a world gone wrong and how difficult it can be to try to pick up the pieces afterwards. An all-consuming and controlling government has finally fallen after ten years in charge, ten years of curfews, ID badges, food shortages, and people going missing at an alarming rate. It flits ...

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