FRINGE REVIEW: Travis Alabanza – Burgerz

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An unmissable commentary on gender variance and violence BY LIZI TRAFFORD I had been wanting to see Burgerz ever since I heard about the London show – I’d seen Travis earlier this year and they were spectacular. The show is based around the time when Travis was the subject of a transphobic attack when a [….]

FRINGE REVIEW: Her

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“It’s like a thing but not a thing” BY EMILY SHEWELL Lauren Ellis Stretch’s Her is a fresh, millennial comedy which explores tensions within familial relationships and uncovers the complexities that surround both sexual and romantic pursuits.  This kitchen may only have one breakfast laid out but it has a large serving of drama to [….]

THEATRE: “Impactful, intimate and original” Willow comes to The Bunker, London

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Director Krysianna Papadakis on the continued importance of queer representation in theatre INTERVIEW BY JENNIFER CERYS As Lemon House Theatre prepares to bring new “queer post-break up” play, Willow to The Bunker Theatre, London, we caught up with Willow director, Krysianna Papadakis… JENNIFER CERYS: First off, describe Willow in three words? KRYSIANNA PAPADAKIS: Impactful, intimate, original. As director, [….]

Theatre review: WIFE by Samuel Adamson

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“It’s a challenging and thought-provoking production brimming with pathos, politics and laugh-out-loud moments” BY TRUDY HOWSON, LGBT POET LAUREATE Induhu Rubasingham’s world premier of WIFE by Samuel Adamson, at the revamped and renamed Kiln theatre in Kilburn, positively fizzes with camp and intellectual exuberance. Its based on Ibsen’s character of Nora (from A Doll’s House), [….]