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Hamlet, Lion & Unicorn Theatre – Review

William Shakespeare Directed by Kat Wootton ★★★★ Pros: A wonderful twist on a famous classic. This is a great idea that is very well executed. Cons: The venue feels more like an oven and some accents are a bit questionable. Our Verdict: Enjoyable, accessible, fresh and lively Shakespeare. Courtesy of The Lion & Unicorn Theatre Kat Wootton took a big gamble on the subject matter for Hamlet at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre. We all know Hamlet, but for her ...

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Camden Fringe: Stag Nation, The Colonel Fawcett

Part of the Camden Fringe 2013Kat Wootton★★★ Pros: An interesting idea and very funny. Cons: Doesn’t fully develop what is a lively and unusual concept. Our Verdict: A funny, clever take on the morning after the night before. Courtesy of Camden Fringe Any play that promises a mixture of Kafka’s Metamorphosis with the morning-after-the-night-before’s stag party is always going to provide for an interesting evening. This one is set in the upstairs of a charming and atmospheric Camden pub, where ...

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