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Torn Apart (Dissolution), Theatre N16 – Review

Pros: A strong cast and thought provoking premise Cons: Pace is all over the place Discovering yet another new theatre venue in the capital is always such a treat. However when you’re a South Londoner the idea of heading to somewhere called TheatreN16 suddenly fills with you dread, as you presume it’s in zone 6 north London. Thankfully, and rather randomly, this new creative art space isn’t past the wall and is situated in the heart of the glorious Bedford pub in ...

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On Love, The Bedford, Balham – Review

Mick Gordon Directed by Abigail Pickard Price ★★★★ Pros: Unpredictable and entertaining. Fans of immersive theatre will love it. Cons: The Bedford is a great venue for comedy and music, but the band playing elsewhere in the venue was distracting at times. Our Verdict: A gem of a play. Do try and catch it before its run finishes. Credit: KiteHigh Theatre What does the word ‘love’ mean to you? The topic has been the cornerstone of the arts for millennia ...

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