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Joined18 Feb 11
LocationWest Yorkshire
Reviews by Frank Hill
The Professor of Adventure, fascinating, early eccentric environmentalist biog-play
The Little Angel, powerful, haunting, innovative musical theatre
Tyburnia - The Dead Rat Orc..., original, multi-media, curious history presentation
starke.florida: The final h..., tense, claustrophobic, serial killer drama
Virtuoso, musical genius's breakdown, excellent drama
Married. But Lonely, intense bereavement and dating drama
Henna Night by Amy Rosenthal, sharp, witty play about relationships
Bubble Schmeisis, intimate insight into cultural identity
All That Glitters, sprawling, well-researched, fall-of-Csars historical drama
Betty, tender, moving drama about ageing
Maids of Suburbia, effective comedy drama, strong performance
Senseless Romance, imaginatively dissecting three tentative relationships
Tea with Oscar Wilde, enjoyable mix of Victorian entertainment
Two Rucksacks and a Map of ..., comedy-drama about loyalty and priorities
Ross and Rachel, intriguing, one-actor duologue about 'togetherness'.
The Stars are Made of Concrete, gritty, witty upbeat social drama
The Dissolution of Percy, gripping, original Branwell Bronte drama
Hurricane Hill, powerful, unsettling drama about war
Tubular Bells For Two, original, audacious, entertaining musical treat
Stuff, thoughtful, character driven comedy drama