Theatre review: Women, Beware The Devil – Almeida Theatre

Women, Beware the Devil at the Almeida Theatre is a visually stunning production and it is nice to see so many women on stage at once. However, beyond all the sumptuous set design; conjuring up…

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Theatre Review: Medea at Soho Place, London

Medea features a towering performance by Sophie Okenedo: a complex and nuanced Medea pitted against Jason’s fecklessness portrayed pitch perfectly by Ben Daniels The director, Dominic Cooke, has chosen a bold adaptation of Medea that…

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Theatre Review: Standing at the Sky’s Edge, National Theatre

Standing at the Sky’s Edge is a musical set in the iconic Sheffield housing estate, Park Hill. All the music and lyrics are written by Richard Hawley and the book is by Chris Bush. A…

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Film Review: The Son

The Son suffers from second album syndrome in so far as it doesn’t quite match the brilliance of Florian Zeller’s Oscar winning film, The Father. Zeller explores the premise that memories are dangerous. How can…

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Film Review: Saint Omer

Saint Omer is bold, provocative and unapologetic cinema and the latest film from Alice Diop. Rama (Kayije Kagame) is a novelist and literary professor who attends the trial of Laurence Coly (incredible performance by Guslagie…

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