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Camden Fringe: Warde Street, Tristan Bates Theatre

Damien Tracey Directed by Jason B. Moore ★★★★★ Pros: Solid drama, seriously good acting and completely absorbing writing. Cons: A play based on the repercussions of the London bombings on 7th July 2005 may seem an unlikely subject for an evening of entertainment but don’t let that stop you. Our Verdict: Gripping, thought provoking, political and topical. It continues to play in your head long after the curtain comes down. This was my first visit to the Tristan Bates Theatre ...

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I Didn’t Always Live Here, Finborough Theatre

Stewart Conn Directed by Lisa Blair ★★★★ Pros: A poetic script, inspired casting and high production values make this show most enjoyable. Cons: The script works well in terms of dialogue, but loses its way as far as the plot is concerned. Our Verdict: This is a heartwarming show with very believable characters and strong direction. Courtesy of the Finborough Theatre I Didn’t Always Live Here is a tale set in Glasgow, focusing mainly on the life of Martha, an ...

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