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4Front’s ‘Double Bill’ was both hit and miss

"Double Bill" consisted of two play: A comedy "Idol Chat" (pictured) and "Red Betrayal", a tragedy set in Stalin's Russia. Photo: 4Front

Lincoln-based theatre group, 4Front Performance Company, made their return to The Drill Hall stage with “Double Bill” on Thursday, April 15th. Ashleigh Gray reviews the evening that sparked two very different reactions.

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Lincoln in for a ‘Double Bill’ at the Drill Hall

"Double Bill" is 4Front's third professional production since the group formed at university. Photo: 4Front

4Front performance company are back with comedy and terror in “Double Bill”. Ashleigh Gray speaks to artistic director Darren Furniss about the play.

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‘Going Down’ a storm in Lincoln

Ashleigh Gray reviews 4Front’s mysterious and dark play Going Down, recently performed at Lincoln’s Drill Hall after rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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Going Down? More like ‘Break Down’

Could this be a new concept? “Digital drama”, where intensity is either on or off, with no nuance. Harry Lincoln reviews drama Going Down.

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Dark performances ‘Going Down’ at the Drill Hall

A new performance is launching its national tour at the Lincoln Drill Hall in October, promising to be dark and intense.

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