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FringeReview UK 2022

All Of Us

As Ken Tynan once said of another debut, I don’t think I could love someone who doesn’t love this play.


Duck

An impressively finished play. Do see it.


Henry V

The definitive Henry V of our time


House of Shades

There’ll be nothing more blazing or relevant on the London stage this year.


Marys Seacole

No simple swapping of heirs and originals, but a dream of the future by Seacole, or equally present dreams raking the past. Do see this.


Middle

Judging by the audience, its bleakness tells. Middle bears its own epiphany.


Patriots

Putin’s our monster too. A must-see.


Prima Facie

if Comer doesn’t receive awards for this there’s no justice at all.


That Is Not Who I Am

Lucy Kirkwood prophesies what’s in store with savage fury, and no-one’s exempt, least of all her.


The 47th

A must-see.


The Anarchist

A firecracker of a first play. Expect Molotovs.


The Paradis Files

Not so much an event as a concentration of Errollyn Wallen’s genius celebrating the life of blind composer Maria Theresia van Paradis, in Graeae’s world-class production


The Southbury Child

Perfectly freighted; each character pitched with just enough choice to make us wonder what life, not Stephen Beresford will do with them. Outstanding.


Two Billion Beats

Two Billion Beats was bursting with promise before. Now it delivers with a visceral yes.


two Palestinians go dogging

Packs a mighty question that can still knock you off balance.