The Maids is a must-see says Londonist's Stu Black

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The Maids is a must-see says Londonist's Stu Black


Londonist's Film and Theatre Editor, Stu Black joins London Live every fortnight with a theatre review. Today he covers the much talked about The Maids, The Solid Life of Sugar and German Skerries. 

Director Jamie Lloyd brings together Emmy Award winning actress Uzo Aduba, Zawe Ashton and Laura Carmichael for an explosive psycho-drama about the class system. The Maids is on at Trafalgar Studios from Tuesday 15 march to Saturday 02 April. 
Candid, uninhibited and visceral, 

The Solid Life Of Sugar Water is a new play from the award-winning Jack Thorne is an intimate, tender portrait of loss, hurt and recovery. This play runs at the National Theatre until the 19th of March. 

Produced with the award-winning touring theatre company led by director Alice Hamilton and writer Barney Norris, German Skerries is about a friendship, a marriage, a holiday, a death. If you like the sound of this, it's on at the Orange Tree Theatre until 2nd of April 2016.

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