Review of Inauguration at Sprint Festival at Camden People’s Theatre

Oh, the modern world. Oh, these modern times. Forgive the hint of resignation, but common consensus is that this is the age where satirists have found themselves unexpectedly floundering at their own keyboards, struggling to tap out a work that is a step or two ahead of the absurd pantomime of the political arena. It is into this contemporary climate that Rhiannon Brace has injected a topical piece of physical theatre focusing on the plethora of dubiously sexist outbursts emitted from the mouth
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