Theatre Reviews

Review: London’s Perverted Children at The Yard Theatre – Hackney Wick

London’s Perverted Children isn’t just a catchy and provocative title with little substance but a show which recounts the glorious deca­­y of what has been dubbed the ‘London Berlin’ : Hackney Wick . Ok, that probably sounds a bit hackneyed (no pun intended). You may be thinking: ‘Oh The Wick kids are putting on a […]

The Arcola Theatre Review: The Girl with the Iron Claws

The Arcola Theatre Review: The Girl with the Iron Claws

The Wrong Crowd’s creative team love to draw on myth, folklore and fairytale and utilize puppetry to tell stories on the stage; but if you were expecting a children’s story from their current offering, The Girl with the Iron Claws, you would be shocked, awed, and enchanted in an hour of theatre that gives so […]

Theatre Review: Chimerica – Almeida Theatre, Islington

Theatre Review: Chimerica – Almeida Theatre, Islington

Greed, capitalism, censorship, and love are just some of the many themes the prolific young playwright Lucy Kirkwood touches upon in Chimerica currently on at the Almeida Theatre.  It is a powerful work about a fictionalized American photographer’s search for the “Tank Man” who was infamously photographed with his shopping bags in 1989 during the […]