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How to survive an apocalypse in….Bradford"
Freedom Studios are famous for creating site specific works in offbeat places like a derelict cotton mill or a major bus terminus so it’s not such a shock that their latest post-apocalyptic play is being staged in a disused Marks and Spencer building deep in the heart of Bradford. Tajinder Singh-Hayer created his new play […]
Sleuth: West Yorkshire Playhouse: theatre review"
Sleuth West Yorkshire Playhouse Thursday 30 Sept 2016 When this collaboration between West Yorkshire and Nottingham Playhouses was announced it did beg the question whether theatre goers were really that desperate for a revival of this thriller first performed in 1970. A question made even more pertinent by the fact that the movie of Anthony […]
A Furnace of new work at West Yorkshire Playhouse: Theatre Preview"
One of the best things about West Yorkshire Playhouse is as well as putting bums on seats for big productions it also curates the edgy Furnace:Festival offering up and coming artists a platform. This time Furnace has programmed world premieres by Pauline Mayers and Manic Chord and a script-in-hand reading of Zodwa Nyoni’s new commission […]
The Life and Soul: Chemic Tavern – theatre review"
Chris O’Connor’s new play The Life and Soul focuses on how depression is cutting down thousands of men who take their own lives every year. It is a thoroughly depressing statistic that suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45 and 76% of all suicides carried out every year are by males, but as […]
Queens of Syria: West Yorkshire Playhouse – theatre review"
In an age where dead children are washed up on beaches, and what seems like an endless stream of refugees risking everything on a dinghy to escape tyranny, it is all too easy to forget all those people are human beings with stories to tell. Louder Than War’s Paul Clark reviews Queens of Syria. It […]