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Review: LOOP

Review: LOOP

Also published on A Younger Theatre.


Music spans generations, connects people through a love of the melody and the beat. It brings The Boy (Aaron Price) and The Girl (Rubie Ozanne) together in LOOP, Alexander Knott’s newly written play that charts a family across the decades. It peppers The Woman’s (Emily Thornton) decision to leave the big smoke behind and it drags The Young Man (James Demaine) back with its incessant, pulsating call.

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Review: Punts

Review: Punts

Also published on A Younger Theatre.


A pushy, mollycoddling mother and an intelligent, emotionally involved prostitute make for quite the female influences in Jack’s (Christopher Adams) life. One is determined for him to lose his virginity and be more “normal”, the other wants to protect him and allow him to make his own way in the world.

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Review: 5 Guys Chillin’

Review: 5 Guys Chillin’

Also published on A Younger Theatre.

For more information about 5 Guys Chillin’, please see the accompanying news article and interview with Associate Director Elliot Hadley.


A chill-out that summarises the current state of Britain’s chemsex scene – drugs, sex parties and damaged backstories are all part of the package. 5 Guys Chillin’ is a verbatim consolidation of how this sub-sector is perceived by those on the inside.

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Review: Blush

Review: Blush

Also published on A Younger Theatre.


The opening is punchy, the dialogue sharp. Charlotte Josephine and Daniel Foxsmith jump right in – tales of revenge porn and teenage sex education fly out the gates. Josephine’s writing is quick to climax, but like a trained professional it comes, subsides and builds up again for another round. Edward Stambollouian’s vision is clear – Blush is the intention, for character and audience alike.

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Review: Living A Little

Review: Living A Little

Also published on A Younger Theatre.


Paul (Paul Thirkell) wanks to porn until he is a caught with his pants down (literally) by a ninja-clad invader brandishing a samurai sword. But it’s all ok – she is just making sure he isn’t a zombie in this post-apocalyptic world.

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