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Podcast: We Get Naughty with Andrew and Sami

Andrew Houghton and Sami Sumaria from Pink Milk Theatre on their show Naughty, coming to The Hen and Chickens Theatre from 27 Sept.

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Podcast: We Get Naughty with Andrew and Sami

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Reviews from the past seven days

Mummy Vs

Pleasance Theatre


The production has the potential to delve into a niche, under-represented and deeply interesting group of wrestlers, but in its current form struggles to make any real comment on that. Read the full review here
Review: Mummy Vs, Pleasance Theatre

The Wonderful World of Dissocia

Theatre Royal Stratford East


Review: The Wonderful World of Dissocia, Theatre Royal Stratford East
Anthony Neilson’s extraordinary script is a stunningly insightful exploration of mental illness. The first half sees Lisa descend à la Alice in Wonderland into a surreal world. It’s enormously funny, as she meets quirky, exaggerated characters, played by a talented ensemble of actors. Read the full review here

Death and the Maiden

The Questors Theatre


It’s a credit to Questors and to Graylin that they have put on this challenging play. They may not quite get it right, but it is still more than worth a visit to Ealing to get stuck into the moral maze that it presents. Read the full review here
Review: Death and the Maiden, The Questors Theatre


Park Theatre


Review: SUS, Park Theatre
SUS is unsurprising, each beat happens exactly as and when the audience expects it to and there is a huge, awful, power in this. SUS is a scream of rage, as relevant now as it was when it was written in 1979. Read the full review here

Estate Voices

Victoria and Albert Museum


Community spirit envelopes the audience, with some invited to read out words signifying the ethos of SPID. We stand up together, talk to each other, encouraged to give voice, take opportunity and unite in solidarity. Read the full review here
Review: Estate Voices, Victoria and Albert Museum

The Drought

King's Head Theatre


Review: The Drought, King's Head Theatre
Heading out come the end I heard several people sharing various interpretations. By the time I’d finished the short walk to the tube station, I was on my third theory! Read the full review here

The Prince

Southwark Playhouse


The dexterity of dialogue and fluidity of plot structure which develops the narrative remind me of Tom Stoppard. And that’s a huge compliment. Added to that, the vivid and clever interrogation of identity and gender against social expectations makes it doubly impressive. Read the full review here

The P Word

Bush Theatre


Waleed Akhtar (Bilal) and Esh Alladi (Zafar)in 'The P Word' at Bush Theatre
It’s not uncommon for actors to create work for themselves, born of frustration with the scripts presented to them, and I was intrigued to see what Akhtar’s view of sexuality, race and religion would reveal to me. Read the full review here

Post Sex Spagbol

The Space


Post Sex Spagbol is already a lovely show that’s worth checking out now. But more importantly, it feels like it could be so much more, something rather unique and exciting. It really deserves to be taken away, worked upon and then brought back, to show us what they learnt from this first outing. Read the full review here
Review: Post Sex Spagbol, The Space
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