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Review: Waiting For The Host by Pangdemonium

Zoom becomes an unlikely medium for hope and solace in this timely, reflective comedy-drama. While we’ve watched a number of performances on Zoom already, no play has tackled the medium […]

Review: The Son by Pangdemonium!

★★★★☆ (Performance attended 22/2/20) Sometimes, love just isn’t enough.  For a play that’s titled The Son, it’s interesting how it ends up becoming a show that reveals far less about the eponymous son […]

Preview: The Son by Pangdemonium!

Ass-kicking theatre company Pangdemonium! is back this February to start their 10th anniversary on the scene with Florian Zeller’s The Son (translated by Christopher Hampton). Following on from their sold-out production […]

Review: Urinetown by Pangdemonium

Piss-perfect performance to round off Pangdemonium’s 2019 season. If Les Miserables was the musical that brought the romance to revolution, then Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis’ Urinetown is almost certainly the one that […]

Preview: Urinetown – The Musical by Pangdemonium

Following their mid-year production of original play This is What Happens to Pretty Girls, Pangdemonium rounds off the year with one heck of a splash with multiple-award winning musical satire Urinetown.  Gleefully taking […]