Requesting a Review: What Information You Should Include.
You can request a review for ANY performance type: plays, showcases, rehearsed readings, dance, ballet, circus, etc. Performances must take place in London, or in the UK if you are able to grant access to a streamed version of your performance.
However, in order to have your review request approved by The Performance Critic, you will need to include the following information in your press release:
the title of your performance(s);
the date, start time and running time of your performance(s);
the address of the venue or performance space where your performance will take place;
and a complete list of the names of all of the cast members and creatives involved in your performance (including lighting/sound/tech designers/operators, set/costume designers, composers, etc.).
If this information is not provided, you may experience a delay in the approval of your review request.
Request a review now by emailing your press release with the above information included to: email@example.com
For more information on requesting reviews, please see this publication, or visit The Performance Critic's FAQ Page.
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