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REVIEW: Why That and Not This? at the Hope Theatre

Why that and not this? It’s one heck of a question, a question with infinite interpretations and infinite answers. You could ask me “why that and not this” at 9am on a Monday and I’d say something entirely different to whatever I’d come out with...

REVIEW: Hello Again at the Hope Theatre

  Sex. It’s generally considered a “dirty” word, even though the vast majority of us are only here today because of it. And despite the fact that most adults regularly - or at least sometimes - have sex, for centuries it’s been publicly suppressed and denied, a...

REVIEW: Penetrator at the Hope Theatre

For Max and Alan (and their teddies, Kevin and Perry), life is just one long blur of getting stoned, masturbating furiously and playing games of "Come on her Tits" with a set of pornographic playing cards. It’s an arrangement that works, Alan doing the shopping,...

REVIEW: The Tempest at the Hope Theatre

Summer's arrived, and contrary to time-tested English tradition, it's hot. With the availability of air conditioning dividing theatres into "have" and "have nots," it really can be the difference between a show being enjoyable or not. So it's safe to say, then, that if a...

REVIEW: The Legacy at the Hope Theatre

What does “feminism” mean to you? Does it strike you almost as a form of extremism, women insisting on preferential treatment, upset about even the slightest of comments and the most jovial of bottom pats? Maybe it strikes you as something critically important, for exactly...