Ella Satin

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Reviews (9)
WhatsOnStage

" 'Wickies' is a juicy hunk of storytelling that whets your appetite and keeps you wanting more." Full Review

WhatsOnStage

"I may not be moved by the Lyric Hammersmith's sparkly production, but you would be hard-pressed to find an audience cheering as loudly and enthusiastically as this one does." Full Review

Favour (London)
Shepherds Bush
The Stage (UK)

" 'Favour' is like a soap opera, full of big themes... It is a depressingly believable story about abuse. But it could be told with a little more nuance." Full Review

The Stage (UK)

The show is superbly cast and each of the ‘great women’ is a triple threat. Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World has a big party atmosphere, but it feels superficial. Full Review

WhatsOnStage

The cast's performances are touching, and their colourful costumes are beautifully on trend. It might not be perfect, but The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs is a breath of fresh air for anyone who identifies with lesbian culture. Full Review

WhatsOnStage

"Though the production is well-designed, it feels predictable...It's fun and festive for sure, but clings to common tropes with an unwieldy stubborness." Full Review

WhatsOnStage

"The show is an enjoyable mix of dancing, pop songs and props for the audience to interact with, but it doesn't really capture what it is to be a millennial." Full Review

WhatsOnStage

"I have never seen a Fat Rascal show, but unfortunately for this risk-taking company, Unfortunate is fairly formulaic ... the show has a promising premise, but an unoriginal execution." Full Review

WhatsOnStage

Stuffy etiquette is out of the window here. People whoop and sing along to the tracks and the space is buzzing and teeming with life. Bangers rides through the things we feel most keenly, and maybe never talk about. Full Review