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Villain, King’s Head Theatre – Review

Villain - Review - Kings Head Theatre

Pros: An immensely likable performance from Maddie Rice, making light of a demanding script. Cons: A story told in flashback wasn’t easy to follow at times. There are times when we get things wrong in our job.  The consequences are, for the most part, negligible: embarrassment, a knock to our confidence or maybe the loss of a bonus.  But what happens if an error changes someone’s life beyond all recognition?  That’s the conundrum posed by Villain, a one act monologue featuring social worker ...

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F*cking Men, The Vaults – Review

Credit: Geraint Lewis

Pros: Superb cast, strong script and beautiful direction Cons: Unavoidable noise from outside the venue I had the pleasure of seeing this play in 2009 during one of its numerous sold out runs at the wonderful Kings Head Theatre in Islington. I then bumped into some friends at this year’s Edinburgh Festival who had just seen it on the Fringe, so I went again. I’ve now had the delight of seeing this fantastic play for a third time as it ...

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