Media Partners | Contributors | Advertise | Contact | Log in | Monday 24 April 2017
244,937 SUBSCRIBERS
Dovydas Laurinaitis
Central School of Speech & Drama (in London)
20 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) theatre and obscure alternative pop music.
Ranking:
Articles:  6
Reads:  1,833

 

A production that behaves more like a read-through in drama class.

Theatre Review: Romeo & Juliet @ Greenwich Theatre

A production that behaves more like a read-through in drama class.

In Vera Tussing’s new work, the idea of how we communicate as human beings in 2017 is brought to the forefront.

Theatre Review: Mazing @ The Place

In Vera Tussing’s new work, the idea of how we communicate as human beings in 2017 is brought to the forefront.

 It appears that the running theme is some very valid choices, which weren't followed through as well as they could have been.

Theatre Review: Posh @ Pleasance Theatre

It appears that the running theme is some very valid choices, which weren't followed through as well as they could have been.

For only 60 minutes of your time, Black offers a much-needed escape brimming with laughter and humanity.

Theatre Review: Le Gateau Chocolat: Black @ Theatre Royal Stratford East

For only 60 minutes of your time, Black offers a much-needed escape brimming with laughter and humanity.

Must we keep dragging his corpse around Central London in the hopes that people who have in the past avoided the theatre will flock to see yet another famous face attempt to tackle one of those 'in-tackleable' roles?

Must we keep reviving Shakespeare?

Must we keep dragging his corpse around Central London in the hopes that people who have in the past avoided the theatre will flock to see yet another famous face attempt to tackle one of those 'in-tackleable' roles?

Arguments and declarations of love fly over the heads of the audience, in the to-and-fro of Green's new play

Theatre Review: a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun) @ The Royal Court Theatre

Arguments and declarations of love fly over the heads of the audience, in the to-and-fro of Green's new play

© 2017 TheNationalStudent.com is a website of BigChoice Group Limited | TheBigCampus, 44-46 Offley Road, London, SW9 0LS | registered in England No 6842641 VAT # 971692974