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Dovydas Laurinaitis
Central School of Speech & Drama (in London)
21 year old Lithuanian born, Devon integrated expat, currently living in London in the pursuit of some sort of creative fulfillment. Areas of expertise include (but not limited to) performance and obscure alternative pop music.
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The latest piece of work from the New Diorama Theatre is an examination of what it means to be human.

Theatre Review: Secret Lives of Humans @ New Diorama Theatre

The latest piece of work from the New Diorama Theatre is an examination of what it means to be human.

A promenade, site-specific, immersive performance, ‘It Made Me Consider Me’ is an enjoyable but somewhat disappointing experience.

Theatre Review: It Made Me Consider Me @ New Diorama Theatre

A promenade, site-specific, immersive performance, ‘It Made Me Consider Me’ is an enjoyable but somewhat disappointing experience.

In a return to our Friday Poem feature, 28 8 17 is from an emerging London based poet.

Friday Poem: R E Coleman - 28 8 17 (Initial Reactions)

In a return to our Friday Poem feature, 28 8 17 is from an emerging London based poet.

Austentatious returns to the London stage with another improvised Jane Austen classic.

Theatre Review: Austentatious @ Piccadilly Theatre

Austentatious returns to the London stage with another improvised Jane Austen classic.

The first piece in Brown’s 'The Colour Trilogy' is a one-woman exploration of mixed-race identity in Britain.

Theatre Review: White @ Ovalhouse

The first piece in Brown’s 'The Colour Trilogy' is a one-woman exploration of mixed-race identity in Britain.

A production lacking in stylistic clarity.

Theatre Review: Inside Pussy Riot @ Saatchi Gallery

A production lacking in stylistic clarity.

We catch up with this amazing drag-artist-actor-singer-songwriter.

Interview: Jinkx Monsoon

We catch up with this amazing drag-artist-actor-singer-songwriter.

A new piece of work by Miguel Hernando Torres Umba & Blackboard Theatre as part of the CASA Latin American Theatre Festival.

Theatre Review: Stardust @ Southwark Playhouse

A new piece of work by Miguel Hernando Torres Umba & Blackboard Theatre as part of the CASA Latin American Theatre Festival.

For the political landscape we’re in, it’s far too lukewarm a sentiment to be impactful.

Theatre Review: Saint George and The Dragon @ National Theatre

For the political landscape we’re in, it’s far too lukewarm a sentiment to be impactful.

Outbox Theatre's latest production adds little to the conversation of gender.

Theatre Review: And The Rest Of Me Floats @ Rose Lipman Building

Outbox Theatre's latest production adds little to the conversation of gender.

A captivating performance from Maggie Bain.

Theatre Review: Man to Man @ Wilton's Music Hall

A captivating performance from Maggie Bain.

This thoroughly calculated production has plenty of tricks up its sleeve

Theatre Review: Thebes Land @ Arcola Theatre

This thoroughly calculated production has plenty of tricks up its sleeve

It is encouraging to see that the boundaries of what we are able to present and discuss on stage are ever expanding.

Theatre Review: An Injury @ Ovalhouse

It is encouraging to see that the boundaries of what we are able to present and discuss on stage are ever expanding.

Instantly and unrelentingly engaging, Thirty-Three rests on the seemingly effortless portrayal of its stellar cast.

Theatre Review: Thirty-Three @ Leicester Square Theatre

Instantly and unrelentingly engaging, Thirty-Three rests on the seemingly effortless portrayal of its stellar cast.

Cringe-worthy in its lack of self-awareness.

Theatre Review: Landmines @ Ovalhouse

Cringe-worthy in its lack of self-awareness.

 In this case, I found myself leaving the theatre apathetic and in need of a paracetamol.

Theatre Review: The Pulverised @ Arcola Theatre

In this case, I found myself leaving the theatre apathetic and in need of a paracetamol.

A is darkly comedic look at how our society tends to write our endings for us.

Theatre Review: The Lounge @ Soho Theatre

A is darkly comedic look at how our society tends to write our endings for us.

The brilliance of this piece is its ability to hide how smart and calculated it is.

Theatre Review: Eurohouse @ Ovalhouse

The brilliance of this piece is its ability to hide how smart and calculated it is.

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