Monthly Archives: August 2017

Review – How to Act

Internationally renowned theatre director Anthony Nicholl has travelled the globe on a life-long quest to discover the true essence of theatre. Today, he gives a masterclass, demonstrating first-hand the methods he cultivated in Africa and throughout the world. Promise, an … Continue reading

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Review – The Alien Chicken Remembers Galatea

The Alien Chicken Remembers Galatea is inspired by John Lyly’s pastoral comedy, Galatea.  Lyly’s Galatea follows two maidens, disguised as boys and sent away to escape Neptune’s monster, to Diana’s Woods.  They fall in love, not realising their mutual secret … Continue reading

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Review – A Joke

A new comedy by Dan Freeman starring Sylvester McCoy, Richard Oliver and Robert Picardo. An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman walk into a joke… Who knew that three men, a massage table and a pair of spoons could cause … Continue reading

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Review – Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles on the Future

Few predicted the events of 2016.  Even fewer seem to know where we are going.  Mark Thomas sets out to discover what the future has in store for us by collecting and examining his own predictions and those of his … Continue reading

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Review – The Establishment: Eton Mess

Side-splitting, stiff upper-lipped hilarity from energetic duo Dan Lees and Neil Frost.  Two ultra-privileged British gents struggling to hold onto their whimsical world of cricket, tea and secret arms deals.  ‘Another much-needed chapter in our national legacy of lampooning the … Continue reading

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Review – Show Up

Peter Michael Marino (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) turns the often vilified clichés of the solo show genre on their clichéd heads.  Using an arsenal of Post-it® Notes, Pete transforms the real-life audience experiences into a comedic, vibrant, … Continue reading

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Review – Clean Sheets

What do a soon-to-be disgraced politician and a troubled bellhop have in common? They are both trapped in a hotel elevator, between the fourteenth floor and the basement, forcing them to face up to their darkest secrets, in this debut … Continue reading

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