Tags » Theatre Reviews

REVIEW:- Miss Julie- a Bi-Polar, almost sadistic and confused soul

Last night, I went to take in Fab Production’s take on August Strindberg’s Miss Julie. The play was written in 1888 and is a classic naturalistic play focusing on lust/love and class differences. 922 more words

Of Performers And Performances

Theatre Review: A revelatory look at Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Red One Theatre Collective’s production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is the first I have seen to make me believe in the imaginary son. Or rather, it’s made me believe in why George and Martha believe it. 78 more words

Arts

Theatre Review: A revelatory look at Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Red One Theatre Collective’s production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is the first I have seen to make me believe in the imaginary son. Or rather, it’s made me believe in why George and Martha believe it. 987 more words

Arts

Editor: New Hall Health Club & Spa News

As part of my employment at New Hall Health Club & Spa, I have been handed the responsiblity of Editor of the Newsletter. This is a task I undertake when I return home and work there during the University holidays. 11 more words

Theatre Reviews

Lunchbox Theatre’s With Bells On Brings That Holly Jolly

This holiday season, in association with Guys in Disguise, Darrin Hagen’s With Bells On returns to Lunchbox Theatre where it was first produced in 2010. 470 more words

Calgary

Madame Bovary on a merry-go-round

Despite my engineering background, when watching shows, I usually focus more on the acting than the tech. But after my first outing to the Residenztheater’s Marstall space, I’m suffering from tech envy. 398 more words

Theatre

Beauty and The Beast #EBPanto - Genuine Laughter Therapy

Beauty and The Beast: Devonshire Park Theatre 12 December – 11 January

Eastbourne Panto has a great reputation and last night I went to find out what all the fuss was about. 333 more words

Theatre Reviews