NO I.D. London Reviews and Tickets

(2 Ratings)
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Absorbing, Must see, Relevant, Thought-provoking, Great acting

About the Show

Tatenda Shamiso's autobiographical love letter to transitioning & examining the absurdity of bureaucratic systems.

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184 Reviews | 30 Followers
Must see, Intelligent, Great writing, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if you wanna see new material which is so heartwarming

Don't see it if your prefer big productions

58 Reviews | 7 Followers
Thought-provoking, Relevant, Profound, Enchanting, Absorbing

See it if you love new writing and an enchanting one-performer show!

Don't see it if you are trans-phobic. You suck

Critic Reviews (7)

April 20th, 2023

"Shamiso's story is undeniably an important one to tell. But there shouldn't be an artistic trade off to do so."
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April 24th, 2023

“The writing and performance are beautifully poised, full of revealing complexity. ”
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The Times (UK)
April 20th, 2023

“So far from being one (transgender) man against the system, ’No ID’ becomes something brisk, revealing, sometimes amusing, and above all self-accepting.”
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Time Out London
April 21st, 2023

"Resolutely honest and brilliant, this is a lionhearted revelation in dramatic form."
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The Stage (UK)
April 20th, 2023

"This is a play about someone embracing their past to move forward to who they are... if you just want misery, go somewhere else; this is about hope among the challenges."
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All That Dazzles (UK)
April 21st, 2023

"Touching without being saccharine, informative without being condescending, and accessible without pandering, 'No I.D.' is a piece open to the highs and lows, the crippling anxieties and soaring joys of finding one’s authentic self."
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The Guardian (UK)
April 20th, 2023

"Telling his story with frank honesty and offhand humour, Shamiso intimately and scathingly reveals the lazy cruelties of the bureaucratic systems which fail to extend empathy or understanding."
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