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aleks sierz

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Aleks is author of In-Yer-Face Theatre and Rewriting the Nation, co-editor of theatreVOICE website, and works as a journalist, broadcaster and theatre critic at large.

Articles By Aleks Sierz

Of Kith and Kin, Bush Theatre, review - comic but confused gay surrogacy drama

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Albion, Almeida Theatre, review – Victoria Hamilton’s epic performance

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Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle, Wyndham’s Theatre review – paradoxically predictable

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Victory Condition, Royal Court review - Ballardian vision of the contemporary

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Labour of Love, Noël Coward Theatre, review - Martin Freeman and Tamsin Greig labour in vain

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B, Royal Court review - intriguing, ironical, but flawed

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Ramona Tells Jim, Bush Theatre, review – kooky, teenage heartbreak

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Oslo, National Theatre review - informative, gripping and moving

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The Blinding Light, Jermyn Street Theatre, review – Jasper Britton is fascinatingly febrile

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Loot, Park Theatre review – dizzyingly enjoyable

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Knives in Hens, Donmar Warehouse review – Yaël Farber not symbolic enough

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Against, Almeida Theatre review - Ben Whishaw is a modern-day Jesus

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The Majority, National Theatre review – a minority interest

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Apologia, Trafalgar Studios review – Stockard Channing shines bright as a 1960s radical

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Bodies, Royal Court review – pregnant with meaning

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Ink, Almeida Theatre review - The Sun rises while show sinks

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