Review Round Up: Bartholomew Fair, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Blanche McIntyre’s production now playing at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Evening Standard: *** “McIntrye’s production alternately finesses or speeds over the knots in the story. In a peppy ensemble, the standouts are Dickon Tyrell as pompous lawmaker Overdo, Zach Wyatt as rich dupe Cokes, and Joshua Lacey and Boadicea Ricketts playing two couples on opposite… Read More

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REVIEW: Foxfinder, Ambassadors Theatre

Fear and suspicion are right at the heart of this gripping and intelligent play, performed with great intensity by all of the cast.  Having first appeared at the Finborough Theatre back in 2011, Dawn King’s Foxfinder has finally made its debut in the West End and makes a strong impact thanks to Rachel O’Riordan’s chillingly… Read More

Review Round Up: Foxfinder, Ambassadors Theatre

Iwan Rheon and Heida Reed star in the West End premiere of Dawn King’s thriller now playing at the Ambassadors Theatre. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Telegraph: ** “King’s play – being developed into a film – must presumably, in its first incarnation, have achieved plausibility despite its far-fetched trappings” The… Read More

REVIEW: Twilight Song, Park Theatre

Anthony Banks directs this sharp production but Kevin Elyot’s play feels rushed and in need of some more depth and character development to be fully satisfying.  Switching between 1961,1967 and the present day, Kevin Elyot’s Twilight Song is a story filled with guilt and secrets that has repercussions for all of the characters involved. Barry’s… Read More