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The House That Slipped, Online – Review

Online Zoom show, booking until 8 August With The House that Slipped Teatro Vivo has inventively used the Zoom platform to devise a wonderful theatrical experience. “We’re rather in a predicament,” the cast tell us. Having gone into lockdown in April 2020 during the pandemic, 12 Laburnum Drive, Brockley has bizarrely time-slipped to 2070. Sandra and Kevin Baxter, Sandra’s sister Julia and their upstairs neighbour Yasmina open their front door one day and, instead of seeing the street and neighbouring ...

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There Is A Field, Theatre503 – Review

Mark (Sam Frenchum) is from a typical East End family, working class to the core.  Except Mark has gone off the rails with too many drugs, and has been kicked out of the family home.  After the death of his dad his mum (Sarah Finigan) wants him home, because after all, family is everything and it’s his duty to be at the front of the funeral; people have to see him there to show the family strength.  The problem is ...

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