REVIEW: A Pupil, Park Theatre

Jesse Briton’s play examines what success and talent really means, brought perfectly to life in Jessica Daniels production.¬† Intertwining classical music with an unexpected¬† friendship, Jesse Briton’s ‘A Pupil’ is a lively and confrontational drama that asks what success and talent really means. The play opens with formerly successful violinist Ye about to take her… Read More

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REVIEW: Unexpected Joy, Southwark Playhouse

Bill Russell and Janet Hood’s musical is refreshing and appropriate for 2018 thanks to its four strong female characters and songs that hit the spot emotionally.¬† Filled with joy, conflict and a sharp sense of humour, Unexpected Joy is the perfect way to help break down barriers in terms of attitudes towards sexuality, race and… Read More