Review: The Crucible

✮✮✮✮ Director Helgi Clayton’s production of Arthur Miller’s much-celebrated play depicts a harrowing ‘crucible’ of lust, jealousy, superstition, and moral corruption. The audience finds themselves immediately plunged into a world of screaming teenage girls, scandalous dancing and séance to allure the men they fancy. The use of the lighting and music was particularly effective, as […]

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Review: Johnny Got His Gun

  ✮✮✮✮ That moment of realisation when it becomes apparent that a play is going to be a one-man show is always slightly nerve-wracking. Your entire evening is invested in the performance of one person and one person alone. Luckily, in this case, that was more than enough. The entire play consisted of one man, […]

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