Review: It’s True, It’s True, It’s True – Remmy Fillip

Show: It's True, It's True, It's True Venue: Underbelly Bristo Square Star rating: ***** Reviewer: Remmy Fillip One stage, which the imagination turns alternatively into a painterʼs workshop, a courtroom, or the carefully constructed setting of a classical painting. Three actors, transforming themselves before our eyes into victim, aggressor, judge, witness - all with such... Continue Reading →

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Review: She Can’t Half Talk – Abbie McGrath

Show: She Can't Half Talk Venue: Bedlam Theatre Star rating: **** Reviewer: Abbie McGrath She Can’t Half Talk brings a selection of short stories, each which challenge expectations and attitudes towards gender and sexuality in a different, unexpected way. Starting the show listing common insults that women, non-binary, and LGBTQ+ individuals face every day, our... Continue Reading →

Review: Raven – Bethan Devonald

Show: Raven Venue: Assembly Roxy Star rating: *** Reviewer: Bethan Devonald A raven mother is a term used in Germany to describe a mother who cares more about herself than her children. Using physical theatre and monologue, this show navigates what it means to be a raven mother. Raven begins with the performers showcasing their... Continue Reading →

Review: Shrew – Esme Leitch

Show: Shrew Venue: theSpace Triplex Star rating: *** Reviewer: Esme Leitch Content warning: Rape, sexual assault & abusive relationships. Shrew, by the dynamic feminist theatre collective The Pankhurst Players from Edge Hill University, shines a light onto the darker side of Shakespeare’s work with this modern adaption of his famous comedy The Taming of the... Continue Reading →

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