Kit Bromovsky






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Review: CASTLE OF JOY, Barbican
Review: CASTLE OF JOY, Barbican
February 29, 2024

In the dimly lit theatre, the audience is transported into the mysterious world of Castle of Joy a production by Det Ferösche Compagnie, a Faroese theatre company. Directed and written by the multi-talented Búi Dam, with Kristina Sørensen Ougaard leading the cast, this experience is as enigmatic as it is haunting.

Review: A FAMILY BUSINESS, Omnibus Theatre
Review: A FAMILY BUSINESS, Omnibus Theatre
February 26, 2024

In a world shadowed by the persistent threat of nuclear war, A Family Business presented by China Plate and Staatstheater Mainz, delivers a poignant and immersive exploration of the human narrative behind the struggle for nuclear disarmament.

EDINBURGH 2023: Review: BE MY GUEST, Assembly George Square, The Box
EDINBURGH 2023: Review: BE MY GUEST, Assembly George Square, The Box
August 17, 2023

Be My Guest performed by Monia Baldini (a specialist in clowning and graduate of the esteemed Philippe Gaullier in Paris) has grabbed audiences from Europe, London and America. Baldini comes for the debut at the Edinburgh Fringe of her one woman show Be My Guest. 

EDINBURGH 2023: Review: YES-YA-YEBO!, Laughing Horse @ The Counting House
EDINBURGH 2023: Review: YES-YA-YEBO!, Laughing Horse @ The Counting House
August 17, 2023

​​​​​​​All from the township areas of Lwandle/Nomzamo and areas from Macassar outside Cape Town. Yes – Ya – Yebo! consists of five girls and four boys all around the age range of 16 -24. Not one of these members have ever been abroad or on an aeroplane.

EDINBURGH 2023: Review: #SINCE1994, Taiwan Season, Assembly Roxy
EDINBURGH 2023: Review: #SINCE1994, Taiwan Season, Assembly Roxy
August 15, 2023

Led by all woman artists, Eye Catching Circus’ #Since1994 is not just a highly skilled display of circus acts but a message much deeper. What does It mean to be a woman and how does one navigate this in a modern society overflowing with expectation?

EDINBURGH 2023: Review: VANYA IS ALIVE, @theSpace, Symposium Hall
EDINBURGH 2023: Review: VANYA IS ALIVE, @theSpace, Symposium Hall
August 15, 2023

Vanya is Alive is inspired by letters from the frontline of the Second World War written by Natalia Lizorkina and performed by Nikolai Mulakov; both from Russia and who are currently in exile due to their anti-war positions. This brave and momentous play gives us a glimpse into the life of people who breach the ‘code of silence’ in Russia. 

Review: FAMILY TREE, Brixton House
Review: FAMILY TREE, Brixton House
April 20, 2023

Family Tree directed by Matthew Xia is about Henrietta Lacks; a woman who made one of the greatest medical contributions after her cells were taken from a cervical-cancer biopsy. “HeLa” cells became the first immortal human cell line to reproduce infinitely in a lab. The piece teaches us about how Lax’s cells today are still helping with polio, cancer, herpes, Covid 19, flu and continue to be widely used to advance biomedical research and medicine.

Review: BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WITH IAN McEWAN, Barbican Hall
Review: BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WITH IAN McEWAN, Barbican Hall
April 3, 2023

In this special and one-off event led by the BBC Proms, author of Atonement and one of the finest writers of his generation, Ian McEwan collaborates with the BBC symphony Orchestra and reads extracts from his own works with music curated around his readings and a special guest appearance from jazz singer Emma Smith.

Review: THE MANNY, Kings Head Theatre
Review: THE MANNY, Kings Head Theatre
January 11, 2023

Masculinity, vulnerability and meaning are neatly entwined in this world premier production of Sam Mcardle’s show, which brings to mind ‘When you durst feel it, then you were a man,’. We ask ourselves the question; should men finally have feelings?

Review: NICE JEWISH BOY, Hope Theatre
Review: NICE JEWISH BOY, Hope Theatre
December 16, 2022

Anthony Sher, the British actor, writer and theatre director of Jewish, South African origin exclaimed ‘ You constantly have to question who you are, what you are and whether you have the courage to be who you are’ which collectively nourishes the essence of this play.

Review: CINDERELLA, Theatre Royal Stratford East
Review: CINDERELLA, Theatre Royal Stratford East
November 28, 2022

Musician and lyricist Robert Hyman dedicated this adaptation of the classic tale, Cinderella, to the late and much-admired performer, Jo Melville. She once said, 'there's nothing like this, that sheer euphoria that theatre, that panto can give' and yes, hats off to that.






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