Arts and Crafts

Review - Romeo and Juliet at the (Brockley) Jack Studio Theatre

A fast-paced, raw and violent take on the classic tale of the star-crossed lovers.

Author's review: 
4

#BristolArtists - Seeking Strength in Numbers at Edinburgh Festival

Tessa Bide, The Tap Dancing Mermaid

#BristolArtists is a collective of theatre companies and performers who are helping each other to take their shows to Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer. Rather than being curated or organised by a venue, the artists have come together to support one another.

Author's review: 
0

The Mobile Phone Show - Review

In this show written by Jim Cartwright and produced by Berzerk, who are a Reading based youth drama company, a group of young people tell us about their relationships with their mobile phones.

Author's review: 
0

Interview: Kerry Ellis

This week I managed to grab a Q and A with West End and Broadway Singer Kerry

Author's review: 
0

Samantha Baines on TV and Film vs Live Comedy

Actress and comedian Samantha Baines on screen performance vs live performance:

Author's review: 
0

Interview: Circus Vogue

This week I managed to grab a quick Q&A with Hannah Greyson Gaito and Gaynor Godiva or Circus Vogue, an astonishing all Female contemporary circus from the Midlands.

Author's review: 
0

Interview with actor Lashana Lynch

Lashana Lynch is Rita alongside Lenny Henry in Willy Russell's 'Educating Rita' until 25 July at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester. "We live in a multicultural world, casting should always reflect that."

Author's review: 
0

CONSTELLATIONS, Trafalgar Studios - Review

Ever since Frank Capra's It's A Wonderful Life became an indelible part of popular culture, many writers have taken delved into the theme of living one's life over again and seeing the consequence of alternative choices made. Nick Payne's novel approach to Constellations has been to take the seemingly incongruous topics of theoretical physics and apiaries and craft a clever, original and – most importantly – a personal take on the meaning of life.

Author's review: 
4

O'Shea & O'Gaukroger present WE'RE DEAD SERIOUS - Camden Fringe Festival

Sketch Comedy from O'Shea & O'Gaukroger at the Camden Fringe Festival, Saturday 15th August at 7.45pm

Author's review: 
0

Bristol Shakespeare Festival - MACBETH in Redcliffe Caves - Review

Insane Root’s production of Macbeth, set in the red sandstone caves of Redcliffe, is stunning. Part of Bristol Shakespeare Festival until 27th July 2015

Author's review: 
5

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