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Rosie's Magic Horse / Out of the Cage / Gods and Monsters

Rosie’s Magic Horse, my latest collaboration with Peaceful Lion Productions, opened successfully at Southwark Playhouse earlier this month. This one has been a lot of fun – the story, based on the book by Russell Hoban and illustrated by Quentin Blake, has been beautifully adapted by Ollie Fielding. 271 more words


ACS Random's Hamlet at the Park Theatre

On Saturday, my friend Sam and I went to see ACS Random’s production of Hamlet at the Park Theatre in Finsbury Park. I had been referring to it as the “Victorian Ghost Story Hamlet”, and that was pretty much what it turned out to be. 848 more words

Beautiful Sweater Party!

The Park Theatre & Real Love Winnipeg Present: December 19 | Beautiful Sweater Party #4 $7 in advance. $7 with sweater $10 without

Click here to find out how you can win a free ticket!!! 93 more words


Jonah and Otto, Park Theatre

Originally written for Exeunt.

- Robert Holman’s plays are conversations.

- That’s an obvious thing to say. Aren’t all plays conversations?

- Well, yes; they’re a conversation between characters, between the artist and the audience, between sets of ideas. 1,084 more words


German National Identity in Crisis: Review of 'MAN TO MAN' by Manfred Karge @ Park Theatre

Speaking as a German I can honestly say it is impossible to shake off feelings of shame when remembering our disgusting behaviour in the past. I live with an innate feeling of guilt for causing the First World War. 749 more words

Trailer for 'Man to Man' @ The Park Theatre,

Danielle Tarento presents the Mercury Theatre, Colchester production of Man To Man by Manfred Karge,
translated by Anthony Vivis.

What lengths would you go to to put the next meal on the table? 95 more words


Jonah and Otto @ The Park Theatre Review

“What would you do if we was the last two people on earth?”
“I’d think how unlucky I was to end up with you.” 507 more words