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Unfolded, The Bread and Roses Theatre – Review

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Pro’s: The event constitutes a valid and accessible platform to discuss socio-political issues. Con’s: A bit of background information about some of the stories would have been useful. With the intention of exploring how global events have an impact on every-day life, Some People Productions put a call out a few months ago, looking for young political writers with a story to tell. The outcome is the second edition of their sell-out ‘quick-writing response magazine-theatre night’, where six 15-minute long ...

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The Oppression Olympics, The Bread and Roses Theatre – Review

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Pros: The plot makes a good point about empathy and self-pity. Cons: Too many scene changes in the first half disrupt the flow of the play. Set in an unnamed British town, The Oppression Olympics shows the lives of some of its residents crossing paths as they compete to establish who is the most miserable among them. In a desperate attempt to stay afloat, all the characters eventually come together to show empathy, but, ultimately end up causing even more ...

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