Croydonites Festival 2018 review: Radio Apocalypse

Posted on May 16th, by Rekha Shane in Culture. No Comments

The end of the world is delivered with flair and style

Gill Manly is clearly a woman of many talents. All of them were on full display during her solo performance as a DJ in Radio Apocalypse. Croydon’s Spread Eagle Theatre, nestled above the pub of the same name, was the perfect venue for this production. The dark, intimate room with the blackout curtains holding off the … Read More »



Croydonites Festival 2018 review: Disco Disco

Posted on May 15th, by Rekha Shane in Culture. 1 Comment

You’ll laugh until you fall to the floor at this full-on side-splitter of a show

If you don’t want your face to ache from thirty minutes of laughing like a hyena on acid, then don’t go to this show. If on the other hand you are seeking pure, unadulterated hilarity, then get some facial exercises under your belt and rock up to Disco Disco.

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Croydonites Festival 2018 review: My Feminist Boner

Posted on May 14th, by Rekha Shane in Culture. No Comments

A poignant, funny take on the trials and tribulations of being a woman

“Look at me, don’t look at me, look at me, don’t look at me.” These are the words left ringing in your ears after watching Sarah Blanc’s high-octane performance of the comedy My Feminist Boner. The play was performed to a game bunch of Croydonistas inside Matthews Yard. Where else could you get away … Read More »