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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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The Upstairs Room, King’s Head Theatre

David K. O’HaraDirected by James Savin★★ Pros: There’s a good bit of humour layered into pretty heavy context (the apocalyptic demise of London). Excellent accent work by Anthony Cozens. Cons: Many plot and character strands are rather ambiguously introduced and re-referenced, but never sufficiently brought together; this could be meant as a cleaver, artsy device, but I found unsatisfying. Our Verdict: An intelligently crafted piece of writing, direction and performance which is perhaps too heady for the stage. Credit: Juliana ...

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