thu 05/08/2021

Sam Marlowe

Bio
Sam trained as an actor, and began her writing career as a critic and features writer for What's On In London magazine. She later became the magazine's theatre editor, before going on to work at The Independent, where she regularly contributed arts features. She is now a freelance arts journalist and regular theatre critic for The Times, Metro and the Chicago Tribune, and a judge for Theatre Awards UK.

Articles By Sam Marlowe

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Anything Goes, Barbican review - an explosion of joy

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Zola review - high-energy comic thriller tackles sex work

It’s hard to imagine a movie more of its time than Zola, as it takes on...

Wonderville, Palace Theatre review - magic and illusion fami...

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Album: Alan Vega - Alan Vega After Dark

Following in the slipstream of wide critical acclaim for posthumous album ...

Brauss, BBC Philharmonic, Gernon, BBC Proms review - surpris...

Two nights after the Scottish Chamber Orchestra had brought the first great E flat major symphony to the Proms – Mozart’s 39th – a serendipitous...

First Person: young musicians Brooke Simpson and Erin Black...

The National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain’s Hope...

Album: Tomu DJ - Feminista

The endless circles and spirals that dance music moves in can take you to some strange places.

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The love of power corrupts, the power of love falters or fails. The essence of...

Johnston, BBCNOW, Bancroft, BBC Proms - laments and luminosi...

The Proms are back, even if they don’t yet feel remotely...

Thora Hjörleifsdóttir: Magma review - love burns in debut no...

Thora Hjörleifsdóttir’s Magma is certainly not an easy read. It describes, in short...