Domenic Cavendish

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Reviews (9)
Fleabag
West End
The Telegraph (UK)

This small but perfectly formed little critter of a show – fluffy on the outside but with sharp teeth – is a model of how to achieve theatrical riches on a shoestring. Full Review

Coming Clean
West End
The Telegraph (UK)

Elyot's flair for dialogue is combined with astute psychological insight. In the minutiae of incidents and the loose change of chatter lie longing and confusion. Full Review

Groan Ups
West End
The Telegraph (UK)

The script deftly unites moments broad and silly with elements wistful and serious within a simple structure. Full Review

Scary Bikers
West End
The Telegraph (UK)

Although it runs out of puff, en route it raises laughter while valuably ventilating pro-Leave sentiments that many a theatre might find an affront to its Remainiac certainties. Full Review

The Telegraph (UK)

British theatre hasn’t known anything like it for decades and I haven’t seen anything directly comparable in all my reviewing days. Full Review

The Telegraph (UK)

for a previous production Indeed, On Blueberry Hill almost piles on too much and yet Barry’s way with words is so sublime, and the script is so immaculately served ...I wasn’t always fully persuaded, but I was perpetually enchanted. Full Review

The Telegraph (UK)

Brilliantly fuses the personal and political while demonstrating that Chekhov can thrive far beyond the bounds of Europe. It also confirms Ellams as one of our most exciting, insightful playwrights. Full Review

The Telegraph (UK)

Overall, none of it seems calculated to leave an indelible impression. Yet for those in need of diverting fluff, it should suit well enough. Full Review

After Edward
Bankside
The Telegraph (UK)

You leave feeling that, for all its derivative trappings, the show has bust forth a fresh new voice. Full Review