Tag: Leeds Playhouse

Review: Reasons To Stay Alive at Leeds Playhouse

‘Depression never lies!’ As we sit in the darkness awaiting the show to begin, three large structures lurk on stage. The lights switch on and a man begins to speak. He is telling his journey through depression and how it began. We get to know him as older Matt (Phil

Review: Mushy Lyrically Speaking at Leeds Playhouse

On Tuesday (8 October 2019) I was fortunate enough to be invited to go to view the exclusive premiere of Mushy Lyrically Speaking at the newly refurbished Leeds Playhouse. I was not disappointed. I was already a fan of the main character based on the real life student Musharaf ‘Mushy’

Review: Trojan Horse at Leeds Playhouse

Trojan Horse is a play that explains the story of what happened between Birmingham schools and the government. The play concerns allegations about teachers having terrorism and extremist plots. It explores the intertwined themes of extremism, ideology, education, Islam, terrorism, and religion. I think that it is really good that