Author Archives: Aimee Dickinson

Review: Squashed Mango’s ‘Sita’

Sita is a devised show that has been created by Squashed Mango, telling the Hindu story of Ramayana from a distinctly feminist perspective through the medium of physical theatre. Aesthetically beautiful with an interesting premise, the show slightly misses the mark in terms of story development, and the physical sequences, while executed impressively, sometimes feel […]

Review: Pitch Productions presents ‘Sparks’

The production team for Sparks certainly did a good job creating the publicity for the show: even before walking into the theatre, I was intrigued by the play’s description, and the poster which showed two female actors staring intently at a fishbowl on a kitchen table covered with bottles of alcohol. I am pleased to say […]