Review: The Ruby Dolls’ The Brides Of Bluebeard

Review: The Ruby Dolls’ The Brides Of Bluebeard

Doing a show about marriage is a brave move. All the statistics point to people getting hitched later in life than ever before; more and more are avoiding it altogether. Two in five marriages end in divorce while a third don’t make it past the 20th anniversary. In The...
Review: La Poule Plombée, London Wonderground

Review: La Poule Plombée, London Wonderground

Sarah-Louise Young and Michael Roulston’s latest collaboration sees them give La Poule Plombée her first full show – and, still, the “frumpy pigeon” is as comically unhappy as ever. There’s no pleasing some people. The French mistress of misery was first seen as a...
Review: Dream Play, The Vaults

Review: Dream Play, The Vaults

Designed to raise the big questions about love, death and the human condition, Dream Play (at the Vaults until 1 October) is a promenade immersive theatre production. Unintentionally, it raises questions about the very essence of performance and immersive theatre in...
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