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The Grand Guignol, The Space – Review

Francis KobayashiDirected by Adam Hemming★★ Pros: A healthy serving of black humor and a handful of top-notch performances. Cons: The play is entirely too long and struggles to follow a coherent trajectory. Our Verdict: The Grand Guignol is an intriguing but unfocused work that, despite some biting wit and interesting subject matter, has too many ideas that it fails to see through. Courtesy of The Space Francis Kobayashi penned The Grand Guignol after reading an article about a historical theatre ...

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Camden Fringe: An Insomniac’s Guide To Ambulances, London Jewish Cultural Centre

Part of Camden Fringe 2013Rachel Creeger and Aryeh MyersTime2shine Productions ★★★ Pros: Enjoyable and entertaining, lots of emotional material and some interesting directorial decisions. Cons: Bare set and props make the show feel a bit raw Our Verdict: An interesting and enjoyable new play. Courtesy of London Jewish Cultural Centre So, have you ever wondered how life as an insomniac paramedic would be? Ever fancied days and nights filled with action and drama, dotted with rewarding gratitude and life-saving decisions to make ...

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