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AYT Review: Counting Stars

AYT Review: Counting Stars

Also published on A Younger Theatre


Sophie (Rebecca Omogbehin) and Abiodun (Joseph Rowe) never directly interact, confined as they are to their separate nightclub toilets. But there is a natural partnership between them, a deep-rooted affection that makes for a set of endearing conversations. The whole production has a light-hearted tone, a gentle comedy that instils empathy on both the workers, before it slowly descends into the nightmare they both wished never to have faced. The build-up is there, but the final climactic moment is lacking in this otherwise affable duologue of characters trying to get by in the world.

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Interview: Stomping Ground – The Training Ground for Emerging Directors

Interview: Stomping Ground – The Training Ground for Emerging Directors

See my news article for full details of Stomping Ground Festival


On 15 – 17 March, nine emerging directors will be given the opportunity to showcase their work at the Stomping Ground Festival, a programme organised by StoneCrabs Theatre Company. The Albany, Deptford will play host to classic works by Mamet and Fo, as well as contemporary productions by Atiha Sen Gupta and the 2017 Brighton Festival curator, Kate Tempest. Continue reading “Interview: Stomping Ground – The Training Ground for Emerging Directors”