12th August 2013
Published on The British Theatre Guide
A boy has been killed but the youngsters who have done the deed are determined to cover it up. In theory this Kings Players production of DNA by Dennis Kelly should be a raw and hard hitting tale that puts the audience through their paces emotionally and mentally. You just can’t help but feel the whole play loses momentum half way through however and falls flat where any deep lying undertones are concerned.
Jack Dome at The Pleasance Edinburgh
2nd August 2013
Published on What’s Peen Seen
An interesting story told in the wrong way. My Pregnant Brother at the Pleasance’s Jack Dome would almost definitely make a superb channel 4 Bodyshock documentary but as a one woman show you can’t help but feel the whole production is a little too revealing.