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Uncommon tripe: a review of Tom Hanks’ ‘Uncommon Type’

There’s a moment in ‘The Past is Important to Us’, a short story in 'Uncommon Type' about a billionaire businessman so in love with...
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Review: EUTCo’s “And Then There Were None.”

There is something deeply chilling about a performance which starts with more actors than the tiny stage can comfortably accommodate and ends with one...

Review: ‘The Claim’ @ Bike Shed Theatre

A performer stands on stage, but the lights have yet to go down. He stands before the audience in silence, making eye contact, expression...

Review: Theatre with Teeth’s ‘Buckets’

Whilst at first it may be mistaken for a set-up more appropriate for dealing with a leaky roof, this was actually the setting for...

Review: Twenty Something @ The Bike Shed Theatre

Freya Bardell bursts onto the stage, gyrating to the Pussycat Dolls’ 'When I Grow Up'. I would say I was surprised, but then the...

Review: Theatre with Teeth’s ‘How to Win at Breakups’

Being ushered into the M&D Room, a certain tall, handsome fellow caught my eye immediately. He was already on stage and appeared to be...

Review: Twelfth Night @ Cygnet Theatre

I studied Twelfth Night four years ago under the guidance of my English teacher, who passed away this year in August. Although I know...

Review: Private Lives @ Plymouth Theatre Royal

When I set out on the road to Plymouth, I had no idea of the excitement I was in for that evening; London Classic...

Review: People, Places and Things @ Exeter Northcott

People Places & Things has been the undoubted thing to see for the theatre geeks this term and, as a proud theatre nerd myself,...

Review: ‘Sunked’ @ the Bike Shed Theatre

Chris has a dream. He’s tired of feeling that his life is going nowhere fast, tired of working in a café, tired of feeling...