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Amalie Sparrebro
De Montfort University

Hi! I am an ex-medical student turned actress, with a big passion for theatre, writing and human behavior. I’m doing the last year of my BA at Drama Studio London, and loving every minute of it!

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In a time when Brexit has separated Britain into us and them, Something Underground Theatre Company has produced a powerful performance that resonates deeply.

Theatre Review: Of Our Own Making @ Tara Theatre

In a time when Brexit has separated Britain into us and them, Something Underground Theatre Company has produced a powerful performance that resonates deeply.

A deeply passionate play that is let down by its translation to English, despite some stellar acting by Dilek Rose.

Theatre Review: Cuzco @ Theatre503

A deeply passionate play that is let down by its translation to English, despite some stellar acting by Dilek Rose.

A small, tight performance that does what it sets out to do and resonates deeply.

Theatre Review: Ghost Girl // Gwei Mui @ Camden Peoples Theatre

A small, tight performance that does what it sets out to do and resonates deeply.

A very well directed take on this peculiar play, involving two ornithologists becoming stuck on an island with only the owner and his daughter for company.

Theatre Review: Outlying Islands @ The Kings Head Theatre

A very well directed take on this peculiar play, involving two ornithologists becoming stuck on an island with only the owner and his daughter for company.

The #Metoo campaign is putting focus on the big dogs in the entertainment industry, and Lucy Warden's striking play focuses on the women who are left in the aftermath.

Theatre Review: Anomaly @ Old Red Lion Theatre

The #Metoo campaign is putting focus on the big dogs in the entertainment industry, and Lucy Warden's striking play focuses on the women who are left in the aftermath.

One of the play's strengths is its specificity, though that also meant that lots was lost on non-Jamaican audience members.

Theatre Review: Nine Night @ Trafalgar Studios

One of the play's strengths is its specificity, though that also meant that lots was lost on non-Jamaican audience members.

A talented and highly entertaining cast let down by a poorly-paced script.

Theatre Review: Tobacco Road @ Pleasance Theatre

A talented and highly entertaining cast let down by a poorly-paced script.

 A highly relevant piece which forces the audience to look at themselves.

Theatre Review: Super Duper Close Up @ The Yard Theatre

A highly relevant piece which forces the audience to look at themselves.

A must-see for every theatre lover.
A great evening's entertainment despite some minor flaws.

Theatre Review: Victoria's Knickers @ Soho Theatre

A great evening's entertainment despite some minor flaws.

An impressive production from the National Youth Theatre.

Theatre Review: Consensual @ Soho Theatre

An impressive production from the National Youth Theatre.

play that makes you wonder how life would be in someone else's shoes.

Theatre Review: Semites @ The Bunker

play that makes you wonder how life would be in someone else's shoes.

Beautiful singing let down by lack of substance.

Theatre Review: The Distance You have Come @ Cockpit Theatre

Beautiful singing let down by lack of substance.

Keeps the kids captivated and laughing along.

Theatre Review: The Scarecrows Wedding @ Leicester Square Theatre

Keeps the kids captivated and laughing along.

A terror attack and the arrival of a stranger crack the perfect facades of a nice middle class family, reveliang the not so pretty reality hiding underneath

Theatre Review: One For Sorrow @Royal Court Theatre

A terror attack and the arrival of a stranger crack the perfect facades of a nice middle class family, reveliang the not so pretty reality hiding underneath

This bold feminist film focuses on the sexual desires, dreams and ambitions of four middle class women in India.

Film Review: Lipstick Under My Burkha

This bold feminist film focuses on the sexual desires, dreams and ambitions of four middle class women in India.

The award winning film has been given a US theatre premiere.
It'll leave you laughing, sweating, and feeling sexy.

Why you need to try an OMG So Stagey workshop

It'll leave you laughing, sweating, and feeling sexy.

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