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Journey's End by R.C. Sherriff

3rd-6th September 2014 |Charles Cryer Theatre

Journey's End is not an easy show to get right.

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Having seen all of the YOUtheatre offerings to date, it was with excitement that I agreed to see ‘Hot Flush’ and undertake a review of the show. In short, I was not disappointed. I was somewhat nervous being a male in the audience, given the subject matter, but my fear...

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Lea Stock and Danny Willis’s exactingly-directed production, carefully cast with talented actors, explored every nuance of Robert Harling’s multi-layered roller coaster all female play.

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YOUtheatre, a semi-professional company formed only last year, hit the ground running and sold out Epsom Playhouse for at least some performances of its first pantomime.

Deservedly s...

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