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May 2018
It’s a Jewish custom to cover mirrors and black out windows for the seven days of mourning following a death. ‘Sitting shiva’ brings people together to sit without thought of themselves; the lack of...

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27
Aug 2017
There’s Barry with his chamois who loves to buff, and Brian in a chicken mask going to the dungeon room. Brenda roams the corridors holding her dead husband’s skull and Gary, a newly-wed petrol-head,...

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27
Aug 2017
‘There are three people on stage. Don’t tell the Beckett Estate. Shit!’ Turns out that Edward Beckett sees the benefit in making uncle Samuel’s work more accessible. Eureka! He allows Jess Thoms, aka Touretteshero,...

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11
Nov 2016
She’s not one to do things by halves, so if there’s going to be a stage metaphor, it’s going to be a bloody great big one. First though, is an introductory preamble, by which...

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6
Nov 2016
Two moments make you hold your breath: a man deftly sweeping a small girl into his newspaper lair; and a man’s whispered description of the girl sitting close to him, ‘I can see a...

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