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I can definitely say that if you do go to see All You Need Is LSD, it's an experience that you won't soon forget.
Overall, my overriding feelings towards Blood Runs Deep could be described as being by and large impressed, but frustrated and a little bit dissatisfied.
Their love of dance was clear from the start, and these ladies are not in it for the publicity, or wanting to get further with it; they are clearly there for their love of dance, and the friends that they have made from the group.
Assassins is clever, funny, and the band do well to carry each story along. This is a show that will have you both tapping your feet and holding your breath.
The Leftovers is one of the best shows I’ve seen in a while, and I wish the company the best of luck with it!
Cornermen is a very well-performed, carefully-written, fast-paced and thought-provoking piece on one of the country's most popular sports. Those who have personally experienced the highs and lows that are emphasised in the show will find this production particularly engaging.
Cornermen, the hit show by Oli Forsyth and award-winning new writing company Smoke & Oakum Theatre, arrives in Liverpool on March 13 as part of its national tour. This high-octane, knockout of a story marks the company’s first tour and follows on from the huge success of Happy Dave and Kings.
This enjoyable play kept the audience engaged right until the very end, the admirable energy levels sustained from both actors for the whole performance. There is a sudden twist at the ending which wasn’t unexpected, but made for a much happier outcome. Thought-provoking.
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