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Magic Sunday - The Aftermath

Could it be any more awesome? I don’t think so…

I have stars in my eyes and I see stars anywhere I go. Either I have knocked my head somewhere, or I’m very very ecstatic, one of the two. 328 more words

Thoughts

The Boy on the Swing – Brewery Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol, ***

A man picks up a business card off the floor, dials it and thus begins a dizzying and disorienting journey which will lead to an eventual tête-à-tête with God (or is it?). 422 more words

Criticism

Women and Scarecrow- Brewery Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatres ****

Published on Public Reviews 14th May

A woman lies on her death bed; mourning a lifetime of missed opportunity, of a life only half lived. Mother to eight children, wife to an unfaithful spouse, she whiles away her last hours with her alter ego Scarecrow; talking about memories of her past life with unshed tears and desperate, hysterical, grasping-at-life laughter. 371 more words

Bristol

Treats – Brewery Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Published on Public Reviews 7th May 2015.

There’s something deeply infuriating about Christopher Hampton’s Treats, the second of four plays in Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s Directors’ Cuts season. 536 more words

Criticism

Little One – Brewery Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Published on Public Reviews 30th April 2015

Now in its ninth year, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s Directors’ Cuts offers its audiences the opportunity to spot emerging talent in the city: its graduating actors, directors and designers. 466 more words

Criticism

Little One at Brewery Theatre

This year, the students at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School showcase their work at Brewery Theatre with a series of plays by its four graduating directors. 475 more words

Theatre

Radiant Vermin, Brewery Theatre

Last year, I went to see Dark Vanilla Jungle at the Brewery Theatre in Bristol. A bleak, unforgiving play written by Philip Ridley and directed by David Mercatali, it was an unforgettable experience thanks to a breathtaking, mesmerising performance by Gemma Whelan. 435 more words