REVIEW: Loop, Theatre Royal Stratford East

Thomas Froy reviews Loop – a play which celebrates music and how people evolve with the music that they listen to.  Loop, now touring to 53 Two, Manchester, is a new play about the unities and differences between generations. Following the stories of three people in the sixties, the eighties and the present day, the… Read More

REVIEW: Madhouse re:exit, Shoreditch Town Hall

Access All Areas’ ‘Madhouse re:exit’ is a really, really ambitious show. An immersive production which travels through the tunnels, cellars and caverns underneath Shoreditch Town Hall, and tackles the stigma and ignorance around learning difficulties and disability. This is, by anybody’s standards, a big show. We are led through the underground of the Town Hall,… Read More

REVIEW: A Passage to India, Park Theatre

‘A Passage To India’ is a very traditional reworking of E.M Forster’s classic 1924 novel. Confession, disclaimer, excuse: I haven’t read ‘A Passage To India’. Sorry. So I’ll only review this production on its own merits, not with reference to its original text. The story follows the British colonial, or ‘Anglo-Indian’ as they are referred… Read More

REVIEW: Party Skills For The End Of The World, Shoreditch Town Hall

Thomas Froy reviews Nigel Barrett & Louise Mari’s genre defying immersive experience at the Shoreditch Town Hall.  Sometimes, plays have clear beginnings and endings. Sometimes, plays are ambiguous. Sometimes, it’s not even clear it’s a play. Some plays are quite easy to review. You can talk about the set, the acting and the overall themes. There may… Read More

Interview with…Thomas Froy

The writer and director talks to Love London Love Culture about his upcoming production The Sea, playing at the Camden People’s Theatre from the 1st to the 3rd March…  Could you tell me a little bit more about The Sea and what it is about? ‘The Sea’ is about London and loneliness; two things which… Read More