Theatre

Theatre Review: Fleabag at Soho Theatre

Theatre Review: Fleabag at Soho Theatre

While walking out of the one-woman show ‘Fleabag’ at the Soho Theatre I heard a man call the writer and performer, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, a formidable woman. I’d say I’d have to agree with that man as Waller-Bridge does inspire respect and is a true force to be reckoned with.  She is fierce, funny and an […]

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 […]