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Shit-faced Shakespeare
Magnificent Bastard Productions

As tough to predict as it is hilarious: a mixture of acting up, genuine boozed-up madness and improvised, ramshackle Shakespeare

– City AM

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Shit-faced Shakespeare
Magnificent Bastard Productions

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Theatre Ad Infinitum
Translunar Paradise

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How To Win Against History
Seiriol Davies

Up at the Fringe, genius is firing on all cylinders in a show that demands a longer life

– Telegraph

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How To Win Against History
Seiriol Davies

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Inua Ellams and Fuel Theatre
An Evening With An Immigrant

It’s an open wound of a play – raw and sore – but full of compassion too.

- Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

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Sherman Theatre and Royal Court Theatre
Killology by Gary Owen

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Sherman Theatre and Royal Court Theatre
Killology by Gary Owen

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Roundhouse
The Last Word

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Men in the Cities
Chris Goode

An act of storytelling as much as theatre - not that a line need be drawn between the two - and Goode is a consummate teller of stories

– Telegraph

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Men in the Cities
Chris Goode

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Golem
1927

The ingenuity is exemplary

– Observer

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Golem
1927

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From Start To Finnish
Edinburgh

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Black
Le Gateaux Chocolat

There's something about Le Gateau Chocolat's rich, velvety baritone that penetrates the soul.

– The Stage

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Black
Le Gateau Chocolat

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Two Man Show
RashDash

Tremendously fun, a fizzily provocative romp that crackles with punk rock energy

– Time Out

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Two Man Show
RashDash

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The Diary of a Hounslow Girl
Ambreen Razia/Black Theatre Live

Smart, astute and funny

– The Stage

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The Diary of a Hounslow Girl
Ambreen Razia/Black Theatre Live
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