Smack Family Robinson, Jumpers for Goalposts, My Perfect Mind and Moby Dick AYULTP #116 14-APR-2013

As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast
14-Apr-2013
With
T R P Watson, Gareth James, Nick from Partially Obstructed View and Webcowgirl

Plays Discussed:
Smack Family Robinson – Rose Theatre, Kingston  [00:13]
Jumpers for Goalposts – Watford Palace Theatre [08:45]
My Perfect Mind – Maria, Young Vic [16:27]
Moby Dick – Arcola Theatre [24:56]

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As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast

14-Apr-2013

With

T R P Watson  - http://www.londontheatregoer.com
Gareth Jameshttp://garethjames.wordpress.com/
Nick from Partially Obstructed Viewhttp://partially-obstructed-view.blogspot.co.uk/
Webcowgirl  – http://webcowgirl.wordpress.com/

Plays Discussed

Smack Family Robinson – Rose Theatre, Kingston  [00:13]
http://www.rosetheatrekingston.org/rose-productions/smack-family-robinson

Jumpers for Goalposts – Watford Palace Theatre  [08:45]
http://www.watfordpalacetheatre.co.uk/page/jumpers-for-goalposts

My Perfect Mind – Maria, Young Vic  [16:27]
http://www.youngvic.org/whats-on/my-perfect-mind

Moby Dick – Arcola Theatre  [24:56]
http://www.arcolatheatre.com/production/arcola/mobydick

Reviews

Ubu Roi – Silk Street Theatre
Guardian review
TimeOut review
Telegraph review
Independent review
Standard review

Narrative – Royal Court Upstairs
Guardian review
Telegraph review
Independent review
Standard review
TimeOut review

Jumpers for Goalposts – Watford Palace Theatre
Guardian review
Independent review
Standard review

Once – Phoenix Theatre
Guardian review
Telegraph review
Independent review
Standard review
TimeOut review

Moby Dick – Arcola Theatre
Guardian review
Independent review
TimeOut review

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