UP ‘N’ UNDER
The REP, Birmingham, Monday 12th March, 2018
John Godber’s 1984 comedy is doing the rounds in this new revival by Fingersmiths, a company that incorporates deaf actors and British Sign Language into plays. 562 more words
From 1980, this evening’s bedtime movie.
Concerning the hijinks of a middle-aged married couple and their younger lovers, also previously a ‘loving couple’, this one flopped hard at the box office in October 1980. 739 more words
It’s the penultimate episode, and one that, for me, frankly didn’t work. The ingredients were there, but they didn’t combine to make the story convincing, and there was no clear indicator as to what let things down. 516 more words
It’s getting late. What Saturday Morning staple have we not yet had? A Treasure Mine? Let’s throw one of those in.
The ingredients are familiar: veteran prospector, been digging for decades, faithful creaking mule and eccentric methods, strikes it rich. 594 more words
After last week’s schtumer, I was a bit fearful of what we’d get next from Tales of the Gold Monkey, but the show was pleasingly back on track with its deliberate box of Saturday morning Cinema cliches. 1,246 more words