Review of Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train at the Young Vic

Oberon K. A. Adjepong and Joplin Sibtain in Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train at the Young Vic. Photo by Johan Persson

Good versus evil. Truth versus lies. Free will versus actions determined by the circumstances of our existence. These are the dichotomies that Stephen Adly Guirgis’s Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train puts up against each other, whilst exploring the injustices and complexities of the American justice system. Whilst Angel Cruz (Ukweli Roach) is locked up in … Read moreReview of Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train at the Young Vic

Twelfth Night at Wilton’s Music Hall | Review

Twelfth Night at Wilton's Music Hall - Photo credit Matt Crossick

The Watermill Theatre re-imagines Twelfth Night in the 1920s Jazz scene, as twin siblings Viola and Sebastian are separated at sea, and comedy ensues with romance, music and mistaken identity. Paul Hart’s production might not justify the infatuation that so soaks the text, but set on the gorgeous stage of Wilton’s Music Hall, it certainly … Read moreTwelfth Night at Wilton’s Music Hall | Review

5-star Buzz: A New Musical at the Drayton Arms – Review

‘Can you imagine popping down to your GP to get fingered?’ And that’s the sort of shock-factor which Buzz presents. Told via the unpolished, far-from-perfect mediums of musical theatre, Buzz practically parodies the styles and conventions to present this hilarious, random and, at the heart of it all, educational piece of female empowerment, by teaching … Read more5-star Buzz: A New Musical at the Drayton Arms – Review