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Theatre 2004 Archives - One4Review

Play This

August 8, 2004 |

On entering the space there is a living room set, the lights dim and the action begins. Twenties couple Tom and Jenny interact and the action moves on until…… in steps Greg, the writer of ‘Conversation Peace’, which is … Read More

Blue Velvet

August 8, 2004 |

The current penchant for adapting films for the stage is often lost on me. I am not a fan of movies, I prefer my entertainment live, so I am in the minority who could not compare this with the … Read More

Fierce: An Urban Myth

August 8, 2004 |

This new up to date musical follows the life of Finlay, a fourteen years old with a disability which makes him need tablets to feel good.  Some label him a spastic, others see him as a dreamer as for … Read More

Son of the father

August 8, 2004 |

I never really thought what Joseph might feel after the death of his son. This two hander depicts the scene between Mary & Joseph, after the crucifixion and interment of Jesus. We know little of his younger days or … Read More

Manchester Girl

August 8, 2004 |

In this action filled play, written and performed by Sue Turner-Cray, we meet, Sara, an aspiring model from Leicester and follow her on the trials and tribulations of her journey initially to Manchester and then to Japan. Ms Turner-Cray … Read More

Two Women and a Chair

August 8, 2004 |

Not Now! Theatre Company are giving this award winning Michael Olsen black comedy its European premiere at this years Fringe. Two actresses, seemingly mousy Helen Macfarlane and street-smart Kat Brown arrive for an audition to discover a bare room … Read More

Popcorn

August 8, 2004 |

If ever there was a combination that should work then this is it. Rattlesnake! have always turned in quality performances and this year with Ben Elton’s Popcorn it must be a sure fire winner. The play set before and … Read More

Chaucer’s ‘Cock Tale’

August 8, 2004 |

Following on from their critically acclaimed Dirty Little Secrets from Fringe 2003, Another Midas are hoping that this years offering of Chaucer’s ‘Cock Tail’ turns to gold also. This is a direct translation from Chaucer’s middle English and together … Read More

Finding my Mother’s Voice

August 8, 2004 |

Naava Piatka brings to the Fringe her own personal tribute to her mother, Chayela Rosental, a product of the Vilna Ghetto in Poland who suffered labour camps in Estonia and in Latvia when the ghetto was destroyed by the … Read More

Square One

August 8, 2004 |

Billed as a political satire for the digital age, this dark comedy written by award winning author Steve Tesich is given an airing by Wide-Awake Theatre Company. The work is well acted and directed, Huda Bordeaux as Dianne and … Read More