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Win tickets to Don’t Sleep There Are Snakes, at Park Theatre

This is your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Don’t Sleep There Are Snakes at the Park Theatre. To enter simply retweet the tweet below AND send us a friendly greeting in a foreign language, by 5pm on 20.3.16.   #COMPETITION Win tickets to Don’t Sleep There Are Snakes at Park TheatreRetweet AND send us a greeting in a foreign language by 5pm 20.3.16 — Everything Theatre (@EveryTheatre) March 14, 2016 Good luck!   simple8 in association with Park ...

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Correspondence, Old Red Lion Theatre – Review

Pros: A well-constructed play with fantastically delivered performances and an interesting narrative Cons: Suspension of disbelief is required to accept the events of the story and a lot of unanswered questions remain at the end. As I entered Islington’s Old Red Lion Theatre, I was apprehensive as to how, in just over an hour, a play could effectively consider two such expansive topics such as psychosis and political conflict. It soon became clear that I needn’t have worried. Correspondence follows ...

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Tomorrow, Arts Theatre – Review

Pros: A highly original concept, explored through brilliant writing and exceptional performances. Cons: Some moments are slightly out of line with the overriding tone. Some noise filters through from downstairs, but this is in keeping with the setting, so does not detract from the piece. Whistlestop Theatre is offering an intimate and immersive experience above the Arts Theatre. Audiences are welcomed into host Clive’s flat as he and his guests prepare for the first ‘perfect day’ of the rumoured utopia, ...

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