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...
Review: Seven Sins, Cafe de Paris

Review: Seven Sins, Cafe de Paris

Who among us has not sinned? The seven deadly sins we all know and practice were first listed by Pope Gregory The Great back in AD590 and it was he, the patron saint of musicians and singers, that decided upon the septet of lust, gluttony, avarice, sloth, wrath, envy...
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