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This is a podcast for theatre students, makers, critics, goers and anyone else with an interest in theatre and the arts! Based in London, we attempt to review one play per episode in a way that is fun and accessible. We like to talk about plays that we have seen, different issues that arise in the theatre industry, and engage with a whole lot of other interesting cultural ideas and debates.

Always A Criti‪c‬ Theatre criticism by theatre students and makers

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

This is a podcast for theatre students, makers, critics, goers and anyone else with an interest in theatre and the arts! Based in London, we attempt to review one play per episode in a way that is fun and accessible. We like to talk about plays that we have seen, different issues that arise in the theatre industry, and engage with a whole lot of other interesting cultural ideas and debates.

    Finale: Thebes Land at Arcola Theatre

    Finale: Thebes Land at Arcola Theatre

    In the final episode of Always A Critic we talk about the production of Thebes Land at the Arcola Theatre in London. Directed by Daniel Goldman.

    • 43 min
    Episode Eleven: Raising Our Voices at Camden People's Theatre

    Episode Eleven: Raising Our Voices at Camden People's Theatre

    In the eleventh episode of Always A Critic we talk about the production of Raising Our Voices at the Camden People's Theatre in London, from The LGBTQ Arts Review.

    • 42 min
    Episode Ten: Yerma at The Young Vic

    Episode Ten: Yerma at The Young Vic

    In the tenth episode of Always A Critic we talk about the production of Yerma at The Young Vic in London, starring Billie Piper and directed by Simon Stone.

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

MaddenLL ,

11/10 podcasts for a 3/10 theatre enthusiast

I can't say I am the biggest theatre enthusiast but I have very much enjoyed listening to these podcasts. It has been incredibly easy listening and makes the somewhat 'wanky' world of theatre more accessible to the everyman (or plebs like me). You can also pick up some new fancy theatre lingo to drop at your next soirée or on a tinder date. But in all seriousness, if you are looking for something fun and different then give these podcasts a listen!

Julie 1970 ,

Great review

Loved it. Listening to this podcast has generated a renewed interest in Shakespeare for me

LFRANKIEA ,

ALWAYS A CRITIC

Loved it! Really informative and interesting, and easy to listen to

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