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Review: EAT ME

CW: graphic language, mentions of cannibalism Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ In a world where most of the things we think, eat, drink, put on, take off, smoke, or scrub on different parts of our skin are socially constructed, it is no wonder that our ideas of love are constructed around an idealised romanticised version of it. No […]

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Review: Short & Sweet

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Short & Sweet is an astounding production. The performers undeniably filled the stage with passion, humour, and skill. I was pleasantly surprised that such an odd conglomeration of short performances could be so powerful. Even more notably, the different dances complemented each other perfectly in a cocktail of charm and talent. This impressive show […]

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Review: After Metamorphosis

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ A rumbling soundscape fills the corridor as the audience walks in. On the stage are 3 desks. At two of them, a man (Ali Maloney) and a woman sit staring with deadpan faces, and at the other, a man sits with his back to us (Lewis Sherlock). Immediately, it all feels very Kafkaesque. […]