LAURIE COLDWELL sneaks back online with a tale of streets paved with sun-soaked, BA Cantab gold.
Needle-and-thread enthusiast LAURIE COLDWELL stitches together a review of a production which is far from seamless.
In amongst his habitual ravings LAURIE COLDWELL conceals a review of new writing which bites but can’t be bitten.
The novelty of seeing Simon Haines in a student play isn’t enough for TOBY PARKER-REES. Ironically, the standout performance was from a complete greenhorn called Lily.
LAURIE COLDWELL ponders Czech whispers, pigs and streams of consciousness. There’s a review in there somewhere too.
LAURIE COLDWELL’s mind melts in the face of our first ever unclassifiable play.