REVIEW: Seize The Day, Tricycle (2009)
Sharon Duncan-Brewster as Susan and Kobna Holdbrook Smith as Jeremy - Photo: Tristram Kenton

REVIEW: Seize The Day, Tricycle (2009)

The joyous thing about Kwame's dramatic writing is the minutely observed detail, a delicious comedic warmth and the way he tempers serious political points with gentle amusement. In my book, it is a much more effective way of delivering a message than hitting the audience over the head with doctrine.

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REVIEW: Category B, Tricycle (2009)
John Boyega as Reece and Jaye Griffiths as Chandra - Photo: Tristram Kenton

REVIEW: Category B, Tricycle (2009)

Roy Williams analyses the society in this particular Category B prison with shifts in the power base for both prisoners and warders. When visiting prisons Williams was struck by the almost fatherly approach of some of the warders to the prisoners. His play looks at the interrelating power structures within the men and the prison officers in this community which is also a prison.

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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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