Author: Alexa Dewar

“Love is what interests me. It’s just that love is indivisible from murder.” Switzerland under review.

  It’s 1995, wrapped in a fury of cigarette smoke sits Patricia Highsmith (Phyllis Logan), pounding at her typewriter. Now a recluse, Highsmith is tucked away in the Swiss alps, soon to be disturbed by an unwanted guest. What unravels to the audience is a psychological game of cat and mouse between Highsmith and Edward…
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November 21, 2018 0

Consensual – The Review.

  National Youth Theatre 2018 REP company has revived Evan Placey’s Consensual at the Soho Theatre, three years after they first performed it at the Ambassador’s Theatre. The play follows a young, married teacher trying to teach her pupils about healthy relationships, when she finds herself wrapped up in questions of sex and consent after…
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November 5, 2018 0

KCL Radio Reviews ‘The Inheritance’

Having moved to Bush House, we’re all that little bit closer (around 100 metres, to be exact) to the world-famous wonder of the West End. So, we have to take advantage, right? Well over the past few days two of our presenters did exactly that; visiting the Noel Coward theatre to see the brand new…
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October 19, 2018 0

A Week On: KCL Radio’s Tribute to the Queen of Soul

KCL Radio’s Head of Entertainment (and soul-music devotee) Alexa Dewar gives a personal tribute to the late soul Queen, Aretha Franklin, on behalf of KCL Radio.


August 24, 2018 0

RESIST Feeling Jealous: Roger Waters @ British Summer Time (a Review)

  One word screams to mind when you say Roger Waters; legend. That is, when you know who he is and what he’s done. Before going to see him at Hyde Park I’d googled him but my knowledge (embarrassingly) of this man didn’t extend much further than that. So, I’ll forgive you if you’re not…
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July 8, 2018 0

Seven Dials Soundtrack: a Soulful Success

  The sun was shining, the skies a searing blue and an air of trepid excitement all over as I approached the astroturf greenery at Seven Dials. Everything looked cool, but would this festival really deliver? I feared that the event would only be superficially cool – a bit of instagrammable (I’m making this word…
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June 25, 2018 0
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