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REVIEW: ’12’ by 3BUGS Fringe Theatre and UoB LGBTQ Association

4 Stars

Yet another Shakespearean outing, and another creative interpretation of a classic work by the bard. I do love a good reimagining of a Shakespeare play, as long as it stays true to this source material. Luckily this production manages to both respect and honour the original play, whilst having an immense amount of fun with it.

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REVIEW: ‘Follow Suit’ by Silent Faces

5 Stars

My initial vocalisation of my thoughts on this performance immediately afterward was “Bizarre but Brilliant”.  I’ve had a few days since then to mull things over but I think it remains the most concise and accurate way I can describe this show.

(SPOILERS MAY BE FOUND AHEAD)

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REVIEW: ‘Education, Education, Education’ by The Wardrobe Ensemble

5 Stars

When I first did the Fringe, back in 2015 (only two years ago but so much has happened since then I feel like at least half a different person) there were three or four shows out of the fourteen I saw that really wowed me, and have stuck with me ever since.

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REVIEW: ‘Me, as a Penguin’ by Exeter University Theatre Company

3 Stars

This show was fine. Well maybe a little better than fine. Good. The script is an established one, and this company does a decent job with it. I think, it’s the play itself I found difficult to engage with, and the parts I did engage with were the directly responsibility of the talented cast.

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