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Macbeth at Jack Studio Theatre

In a small black box theatre behind a pub, the stage is set for Macbeth with transparent curtains, a back wall with tattered wallpaper and a door. Jack Studio Theatre, sharing a building with the […]

“Rounds” at the Blue Elephant Theatre

From 16 to 25 March the Blue Elephant Theatre in Camberwell put on Resuscitate Theatre’s “Rounds,” a play about the lives of six junior doctors. “Rounds” seeks to share the struggles of the humans working […]

The Memory of Water

Family get-togethers can be a minefield and this one is no exception. Three estranged sisters return to the family home for their mother’s funeral. There’s Teresa the long-suffering one, Mary the clever arrogant one, and […]

The Iron Man at The Unicorn Theatre (Review)

“The Iron Man came to the top of the cliff. How far had he walked? Nobody knows. Where did he come from? Nobody knows. How was he made? Nobody knows. Taller than a house the […]

Abigail, at the Bunker Theatre (review)

It felt fitting for me to be reviewing a play which closes the inaugural season of the newest off-West End theatre in town. The Bunker Theatre has been converted into a theatre in just the […]

Fun at Gymboree East Dulwich

Baby Ayman and I went along to the Gymboree East Dulwich class last week, it was amazing and we both loved it! As soon as we entered the building, we were welcomed by the enthusiastic teachers. I was shown […]

Name A Seat at the amazing Theatre Peckham

The road from Peckham to Star Wars: The Force Awakens – and how you can help pave the way for others to follow… If you haven’t heard of Theatre Peckham, you don’t know what you’re […]

Blue Elephant Theatre Presents: Boy in Darkness

When I found out that I was invited to attend one of the first performances of “Boy in Darkness,” I only knew two things: the play was an adaptation of Mervyn Peake’s novella (of the […]

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