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Daniel Lapaine as Nick Bright (Photo: Mark Douet)

REVIEW: The Invisible Hand, Kiln Theatre (2021)

The situation for Nick Bright (Daniel Lapaine) is pretty desperate. He is a banker who when riding in his boss’s car was kidnapped by an Islamist extremist group. He is being held as a prisoner manacled in a breeze block cell and 10 million dollars is demanded as his ransom. We hear about the beheading fate of a Western journalist and the graphic video they released.

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Clare Perkins as an Inmate and Jenny Jules as Undine (Photo: Tristram Kenton)

REVIEW: Fabulation or the Re-education of Undine, Tricycle Theatre (2006)

American playwright Lynn Nottage's most recent play Fabulation or the Re-education of Undine comes to London's Tricycle Theatre in Kilburn. It is a charming comedy which takes a satirical look at a New York business woman's fall from an affluent and privileged life style to one where she is forced to re-examine her materialistic values.

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