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Theatre Review: 4.48 Psychosis (Lyric Hammersmith)

4.48 Psychosis Lyric Theatre By Sarah Kane, adapted by Philip Venables Directed by Ted Huffman Reviewer: Tom Baker The text of Sarah Kane’s final play does not specify setting,...

Theatre Review: Truth (Birmingham REP)

Truth Birmingham REP Helen Chadwick Song Theatre & November Productions Reviewer: Georgia Kelly If, like me, you have never encountered 'song theatre' before, there is no better introduction...

Trained Actor, Still In Training – Lesson Three – Self Discipline

For today's lesson, I'll be using a very specific example from my personal experience. When I was at drama school, there was one note I...

Theatre Review: Jubilee (Lyric Hammersmith)

Jubilee Lyric Theatre Based on the screenplay by Derek Jarman and James Whaley Adapted and directed by Chris Goode Reviewer: Tom Baker The history of punk has been retold so...

Theatre Review: Brighton Rock (Birmingham REP)

Brighton Rock By Graham Greene Adapted by Bryony Lavery Birmingham REP Review by Georgia Kelly Graham Greene's infamous novel comes to life on stage with Pilot Theatre's adaptation of...

Theatre Review: This House (Birmingham REP)

This House By James Graham Birmingham REP Review by Georgia Kelly It’s no surprise that This House sold out runs in the National Theatre and West End. The immense...

The Cost of Drama School Training

As I approach the end of my time at Birmingham School of Acting, and the prospect of entering the already overcrowded acting industry, I...

Theatre Review: Travesties (Apollo Theatre)

Travesties By Tom Stoppard Apollo Theatre Reviewer: Andy Millward Travesties is, typically for our greatest artistic import from the then Czechoslovakia via India, Sir Tom Stoppard (aka Tomáš Straussler), a dazzling achievement.  It...

Wuthering Heights – a twisted romance

Call me strange. Call me weird. Call me twisted. I have always found stories with darker themes, tones and events to be much more...

Theatre Review – Single Spies

Single Spies by Alan Bennett Presented by Chichester Festival Theatre & Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Directed by Rachel Kavanaugh Reviewer: Sam Chipman In his book Writing Home Bennett confesses that espionage interests...