Comedy

Little Red Riding Hood at Greenwich Theatre – Panto Review

RED Shoes and Socialism. Greenwich Theatre’s pantomime this year is the jewel in Greenwich’s crown of ten years’ top Christmas shows.

Author's review: 
5

Bronte by Polly Teale - Review

A fascinating play about the Bronte family, ripe with feminism and tragedy, deftly realised by Steph Weller in an amateur production by Progress Theatre.

Author's review: 
0

Portrait - Theatre Review

'Portrait', a one woman show written and performed by Rachael Ofori as part of the Radar new writing festival put on at the Bush Theatre, is a tour-de-force piece, worth seeing for it's humorous yet arch observations on diverse lived experiences of race.

Author's review: 
4

Female Entrepreneurs in the Arts Need Funding

One hundred women took part in our survey aimed at female entrepreneurs in the arts run as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week. The results of the Thames Valley Arts and Business Collision survey in partnership with Female Arts, are in.

Author's review: 
0

Kitten in Heels - Adult Panto Review

In the last few years, you'd be forgiven for thinking there is a new theatrical phenomenon kicking off across London -the adult panto. All the frivolous, anarchic fun you remember from your childhood but, well, a bit ruder.

Author's review: 
0

Mirror Mirror at the King's Head Theatre - Panto Review

This production by Charles Court Opera is clearly a labour of love.

Author's review: 
4

The Festive Fable of the Melody Makers - Review

Tessa Bide's production is a playful piece of Christmas fun. Pip, an 11 year old, lives with her eccentric family who insist on practising Christmas Day every single day of the year.

Author's review: 
4

Rock n' roll Stonecraft - campaign and fundraising event for Mary Wollstonecraft

Rock n' roll Stonecraft - campaign and fundraising event which aims to commemorate Mary Wollstonecraft with a memorial statue.

Author's review: 
0

SCARBOROUGH, Cockpit Theatre - Review

In recent months, the National Youth Theatre has put on Consensual, a play that took the familiar theme of teacher having a relationship with a pupil. One of the many things that distinguished it was it "took the path less travelled by" and explored the reasons how and why it could happen with a female teacher. In contrast, Fictive Theatre's take on Fiona Evans' play Scarborough – which was a big hit at the Edinburgh Festival – shows in each half of the play a 29-year-old teacher with a pupil of the opposite sex, but using almost exactly the same dialogue.

Author's review: 
4

WEEKLY ART NIGHT, Space Arts Centre - Review

"Imagine just turning on a light in middle of night!" – Dan – Weekly Art Night

Is this the world we created, we made it on our own
Is this the world we devastated, right to the bone
If there's a God in the sky looking down
What can he think of what we've done
To the world that He created.
Queen - Is This The World We Created

Author's review: 
4

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