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Review: Half a Person

Jimmy is just your average sexually confused 16 year old from Sheringham, about an hour’s drive from UEA, who idolises the man, the myth, the legend: Morrissey. Half A Person, brilliantly written by promising writer James McDermott, utilises a tightknit chorus who narrate a day in the life of Jimmy with so much energy one…

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Review – Seascape

A pair of anthropomorphic lizards coming out of the sea and having a conversation with a married couple dealing with a mid-life crisis is by far the least likely premise you’ll hear this year. If I were to tell you the play is an existential piece comparing man against beast, the origin of species and…

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Peeling Back the Curtain

Behind the curtain there’s a cacophony of last minute rehearsing, seemingly bizarre warm-up routines and stage hands prepping. It’s opening night and the audience have arrived en masse. Amongst the chaos everything has its place and the night is perfectly scheduled. The cast and crew’s excitement is palpable as programmes are handed out at the…

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