Review: The Folly of Man

“Lulled into Grey’s Fountain’s Hall by sounds of Joep Beving, and a suspiciously Downton-abbey adjacent background tune, the stage for a group of young aristocrats is set before an intimately placed audience.” Zara Stokes Neustadt is entertained by Phoenix Theatre Company’s ‘The Folly of Man’.

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Review: Pool (No Water)

“The play, directed by Mollie Matthews and Tia Fay, focuses on a successful artist and her group of friends and when she suffers a freak accident – jumping into her empty swimming pool and going into a coma – these friends must confront feelings of guilt, jealousy, and mania.” Freyde Sayers shares her night at Green Door Theatre Company’s ‘Pool (No Water)’.

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Review: The Tempest

“A genuinely beautiful production in a space not often used by student theatre companies”: Joe Rossiter is enchanted by Wrong Tree’s ‘The Tempest’.

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