REVIEW: Ruined, Almeida Theatre (2010)
Pippa Bennett-Warner as Sophie and Kehinde Fadipe as Josephine (Photo: Tristram Kenton)

REVIEW: Ruined, Almeida Theatre (2010)

Lynn Nottage's play Ruined about the Congolese women who are caught up in the warfare is a not to be missed theatrical experience. It is both disturbing and violent as we learn about their existence. The word harrowing is overused but Lynn Nottage's play describes the inhumanity towards the families and bystanders in a war zone.

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