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Theatre 2004 Archives - One4Review

Bedtime Stories

August 8, 2004 |

This play, written and directed by Oliver Lansley, is really four plays in one, all set in a bedroom, featuring four couples who really go about proving that girls are from Venus and men are from Mars. Each scene … Read More

Instant Karma

August 8, 2004 |

Instant Karma is the second play by ‘Leaves on the Tracks’, written by James Brough who also plays the young up and coming photographer Mac. Geoff has covered the other play ‘Last Night a DJ saved my Life’. Richard … Read More

Playback Theatre

August 8, 2004 |

This is a new style of show even to a Fringe veteran like me, and I must admit it wasn’t what I expected. Four actresses, a percussionist and a…. mistress of ceremonies I suppose, were on stage, and gave … Read More

Tam O’Shanter

August 8, 2004 |

The Arches Theatre Company present ‘Tam O’Shanter & Other Works’, the other works consist mainly of songs and poems that include the themes of drinking and sex with one or two small animals thrown inn for good measure. The … Read More

Blood Brothers

August 8, 2004 |

Got to the show late due to the over running of the previous show and was not allowed in.

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The Blue Room

August 8, 2004 |

It doesn’t seem so long ago since this play was causing an furore in the West End when Nicole Kidman starred, and again when it went on tour with Tracy Shaw and Jason Connery, and now it finds it’s … Read More

An Invitation to a Whitechapel Séance

August 8, 2004 |

The small Mandrake Music Hall in London’s Whitechapel has been coveted by a large company, to be torn down and used as a warehouse. The theatre manager Julius is doing all he can to secure the sale. He does … Read More

A Play of Nothing

August 8, 2004 |

This is a play of nothing. The opening line, in fact one of the few that made sense to me during, I’d be more inclined to call it predominately physical theatre, play. I read in the programme that the … Read More

Tapped  &  As If A Rag

August 8, 2004 |

The National Student Theatre Company are one of the mainstays of the Fringe and I have enjoyed most of their performances over the years I have been attending the Fringe, both as a punter and latterly as a reviewer. … 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