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Mermaid whips up a storm: Shared Experience at the Watford Palace Theatre

Saturday 16th May 2015, evening We’ve always said we’d go anywhere to see Shared Experience, but Watford? Only joking, we can definitely recommend the Palace Theatre Watford, although it’s a shame that it’s hemmed in by giant carparks on one … Continue reading

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A Perfect Storm: Shared Experience resurrect Mary Shelley at the Tricycle

‘Mary Shelley’ was essential viewing for us, being the latest production to come from Shared Experience, who seem to have developed a niche market in dramatising the creative processes of great writers, most notably in Bronte.  ‘Mary Shelley’ could even … Continue reading

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You do not have the right to remain silent: Speechless at the Arcola

Having recently seen ‘Bronte’ by Shared Experience it is tempting to make parallels between the subjects of their latest production, ‘Speechless’, and the Bronte sisters.  Based on the book ‘The Silent Twins’ by Marjorie Wallace, ‘Speechless’ tells the story of … Continue reading

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The steep and thorny way to heaven: review of ‘Bronte’ by Shared Experience, Tricycle Theatre

9th April 2011 (matinée) Seeing this new production from a company of which we are longstanding fans has reminded us just how special they are.  They are aptly named – the more we invest, the more richly we are rewarded. In … Continue reading

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