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05 Dec: Review – The Half

Nov 24, 2016 By Meryem Hassan Who could be more trustworthy than your own sister? And if trust is lost, can it ever truly be regained? These are the questions raised in Feathers, a reimagining of an episode from Ovid’s…

25 Nov: Review – Act Drop

An intelligently crafted play with an electric script, filled with dark humour and littered with subtext. Characters are layered and well performed, particularly the complex Edie (in a stellar performance by Eleanor Wright). Synopsis Who is more trustworthy than a…

20 Nov: Review – Camden Review

Published: 17 November, 2016 by JULIA MARTINCIC WHO can you trust more than your own sister? Eliza Power’s reworking of Ovid’s epic Metamorphoses explores family-bound trust as it returns to London for the first time since 2012. Directed by Milla…

17 Nov: Review – The Reviews Hub

Feathers – Hen and Chickens Theatre, London Would you trust your sister with your husband? Of course you would, she’s your sister, and of all people you can trust your family… can’t you? Not if you look at TV dramas…

17 Nov: Review – The Stage

Feathers review at Hen and Chickens, London – ‘mordantly witty’ The modernisation of myth is proving a popular theme in fringe theatre this autumn but it’s not always an easy thing to communicate with clarity. The story of Tereus, Procne…