Sarah Finch
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Actor/Theatre Maker
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USW BA Hons Theatre & Drama Graduate.
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Young Critics Review: Company of Sirens presents the Welsh premier of Philip Ridley's Mercury Fur, Directed by Chris Durnall.

On Wednesday the 28th of May at the Studio in Chapter Arts Centre, Canton, Company of Sirens presented the Welsh premier of Philip Ridley’s Mercury Fur, directed by Chris Durnall.

In 2005 writer Philip Ridley wrote his most controversial play entitled Mercury Fur. The play is set in an apocalyptic London where gangs and drugs control daily life and the youth must do whatever they can in order to survive. We follow…

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Posted on June 12, 2014 at 21:01

Young Critics Review: 21st Century Dinosaurs!

Award winning director and filmmaker, Chris Tally Evans brings his latest show 21st Century Dinosaurs to Chapter in Canton Cardiff where I caught it on the 27th of March.

21st Century Dinosaurs follows the story Oliver Jenkins, played by Chris Tally Evans, Edith Temple played by Lyn Street and Bob, played by Nureen Naz. The play follows Edith and Bob who openly discuss their visual impairments and…

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Posted on April 2, 2014 at 16:59 — 1 Comment

Young Critics Review: Everyman Theatre presents - Our Town

Originally opening in New York in 1938 and even debuting on radio in 1939, the play ‘Our Town’ written by Thornton Wilder is the story of a group of people living in a small town called Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire which is located in the North Eastern part of the United States of America. We follow two families and local town folk in their daily life for the first part between 1901 to 1904 and the second part from 1904 to 1913.…

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Posted on March 21, 2014 at 7:51

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