Dance

THE LION THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE Review - C.S. LEWIS’ PASSION OF THE CHRIST

The Royal Lyceum in Edinburgh has a great reputation for staging fabulous Christmas shows and this year’s The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe is no exception.

Author's review: 
3

DESPERATE MEASURES, Jermyn Street Theatre - Review

The use of Shakespeare's work as a musical is nothing new. Kiss Me Kate (Taming of the Shrew) and West Side Story (Romeo & Juliet) spring to mind. It is telling though that no one's had the moxie since the 1950s to use the Bard's work as the basis of a new musical.

Author's review: 
4

THE WILD AT HEART, Hornsey Arts Centre - Review

While the percentage of the work of female playwrights performed is an ongoing concern, in the first half of the 20th century, the numbers of female-centric plays (let alone plays from female playwright seeing the light of day) were miniscule.

Author's review: 
4

Interview: Cassiah Joski-Jethi

Cassiah Joski-Jethi, makes up one half of 'Trip the Light' Theatre Company, this week I caught up with her to find out a little about their work, and their latest show 'The Sun Shining on her Hands', which explores the life of Woyzeck's Wife (from the play Woyzeck) - which will be on at the Bread and Roses Theatre (London, Clapham North) from the 1st -12th December.

Author's review: 
0

RED Women's Theatre Awards - new annual playwrighting award for women

in association with Female Arts and Greenwich Theatre. Seeking one act script submissions from female playwrights.

Author's review: 
0

Claustrophobia, Hope Theatre - Review

With overtures to Jean-Paul Sartre's No Exit and the canon of Samuel Beckett, Claustrophobia's straightforward premise – two people waiting in a confined space with no escape from each other – lends itself to innumerable possibilities. Directed by Sharon Burrell and written by novelist Jason Hewitt, Claustrophobia strips stagecraft to its bare essentials.

Author's review: 
4

The Princess Monologues: Theatre Review

We have now moved into the age of reclaiming the Princess. The Princess of the 21st Century fights, has weapons, climbs waterfalls barehanded, in short - she can rescue herself. A fantastic show. Reviewed at the Bread and Roses Theatre, coming to The Space, 6th Dec.

Author's review: 
4

Experimentica 15: Greg Wohead & Rachel Mars #story1

Wohead and Mars roll out an alternative and darkly delicious menu of ideas in their creative exploration of the reality TV show “Come Dine with me”.

Author's review: 
0

The Smallest Story Ever Told: Theatre Review

Alzheimers is a terrifying disease; I’m sure many of us have seen family members or friends fade under it’s grip. I certainly have. So on approaching ‘The Smallest Story Ever Told’, I was prepared to be brought down from the high I’d been on all week. However, the play successfully manages to cover the heavy topic matter, whilst finding moments of lightness in the story; not quite in hope, but in the continuing of life.

Author's review: 
4

CONSENSUAL, National Youth Theatre - Review

EL James' 50 Shades of Grey is referenced repeatedly in the play, but apart from being the obsession of one pupil, it is an apt metaphor for the moral quagmire a teacher finds herself in.

Author's review: 
5

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