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Don't mention the war: Bomber's Moon at the Park Theatre

Sunday  6th April 2014, matinée

William Ivory is known for following the old writers’ adage ‘write about what you know’, giving his work a real sense of depth and texture.   442 more words


World Enough and Time, Park Theatre

(This review first appeared in Litro. Read it here.)

Feminism is currently a hot topic in London theatre. Rapture, Blister, Burn, Blurred Lines and The Mistress Contract were at one point playing simultaneously, and all tackled the complex topic of female agency and women’s position in society. 1,039 more words


Do I Hear A Waltz?

The pedigree of the creators of this show is second to none. It was composer Richard Rogers first show after the death of his partner Oscar Hammerstein. 246 more words


Storm in a Teacup

Storm in a Teacup is a wacky interpretation of Chekhov’s Three Sisters by the Hot Coals Theatre Ensemble. Have you ever wondered what would have happened if Olga, Masha and Irina had actually managed to make it to Moscow? 163 more words


11 Hours.

11 hours. I’ve just counted it.  Thats all the time we had to prepare for our rehearsed reading of The Visitor by Peter Lantos at The Park.  694 more words


Review: Stroke of Luck, Park Theatre

This is a superb performance from Tim Piggot Smith. I’ve been rather busy (retirement is so demanding) so this is a late review (Rodelinda to come) and very short. 83 more words


The Joys of Research

There is something wonderful about the internet for researching projects.  When you hit upon a ‘golden’ selection of ‘key’ words that leads you to thousands of hits or, alternatively when some accidental ‘clicking’ takes you, not down some dark and horrible route, but instead by chance to something you had no idea you were even looking for. 391 more words