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★★ Powerful Acting Tarnished by Disjointed Chaos

Abigail Bryant reviews One Last Thing (for now) at the Old Red Lion

Romantic love in a wartime setting is no new territory for the arts, with infinite pages of literature and poetry inspired by the extremities of the human condition in this context. 466 more words


Spotlight On... Lilac Yosiphon, Director of One Last Thing (For Now)

One Last Thing (For Now) runs at Old Red Lion Theatre until 25th March 2017, book tickets here:  Old Red Lion Theatre Box Office

Tell me about the piece and your vision for it? 1,349 more words


One Last Thing (For Now), Old Red Lion Theatre

This devised production from director Lilac Yosiphon and Althea Theatre’s cast of 8 has some excellent source material in the form of letters about love and conflict but it feels like an end of year showcase with too many ideas that aren’t fully developed and keenness to show all their talents rather than focusing on what makes them talented performers. 428 more words


In praise of: Southampton

The Tudor House museum, Southampton– one of the city’s star attractions.

I have just added a new page to my blog site- the second in my planned series of ‘In praise of’ features.   87 more words

THEATRE REVIEW: Odd Shaped Balls, Old Red Lion Theatre

running until 25 June

“His name is Jimmy Hall, he plays with odd shaped balls / So put your bums against the wall ‘cos here comes Jimmy Hall”. 594 more words


Review - The Local Stigmatic - Melies Productions at the Old Red Lion

I was intrigued by the invitation to see a play described as a “sinister, disturbing study of psychosis, fame, obsession and envy. Darkly comical at times, it reveals society’s fascination with ‘celebrity’ and the resentment it can provoke.” This is an ongoing problem in our society, where there are more celebrities than ever thanks to reality TV and social media. 423 more words