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Killymuck / Box Clever Double bill, The Bunker – Review

Social inequality is the theme that binds Killymuck and Box Clever together, a double bill of one woman shows at The Bunker. But there is so much else that links these shows. Both have powerful performances from their sole actor, exploring the lives of young women affected by the simple fact they were born into poverty and social inequality, and both are a mixture of laughter and seriousness as they try to present their topics in a way that will ...

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A Tale From The Bedsit, Hoxton Hall

by Paul CreeDirected by Stef O’Driscoll★★★★ Pros: Interesting and candid performance from one of Spoken Word’s up-and-coming stars.  Cons: It would have been nice to have more artists performing, but maybe I’m just greedy!  Our Verdict: A different sort of performance from the usual fare at theatres, but still very entertaining. Courtesy of Paul Cree A friend of mine recently invited me to a Spoken Word evening near King’s Cross. What’s that, I hear you say? Well it can be ...

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