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Theatre 2004 Archives - One4Review

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

Men

August 8, 2004 |

We have a suicidal junkie Guy, a ‘ slick leopard’ Jules, a  self proclaimed stud Dangerous Bob all together in a room armed,  with booze ‘ recreational substances’, a freezer and an exercise machine. Add the disembodied voice of … Read More

The Turn of the Screw

August 8, 2004 |

The Turn of the Screw is a Ghost story performed by two people. It is the governess concerned in the story, telling the tail through episodes of her diary being read during the performance. Suzy Whitefield plays the Governess, … Read More

David Benson’s Haunted Stage

August 8, 2004 |

David talks about his experiences with the spiritual world, asking his audience whether they believe or not in ghosts and the supernatural. He then asked us whether we had had any personal experiences. He went on to tell us … Read More

Reader, I Married Him

August 8, 2004 |

I must confess that I am not really a Bronte fan, but the idea of this play appealed to me in the Fringe Programme. The play centres on the eve of Charlotte Bronte’s wedding to the local curate, who … Read More

Five Visions of the Faithful

August 8, 2004 |

Cambridge University A D C have been regular visitors to the Fringe for as long as I have been covering it and the company consistently produce  quality performances. This play by writer Torben Betts is not the sort of … Read More

Sub

August 8, 2004 |

Sub is a one-woman play about the subject of Sado-Masochism, write by new playwright James Mainwaring together with some creative input by the actress Melissa O’Brien, who is making her Fringe debut. The play is excellently written and performed … Read More

Actress, Batchelor, Clergyman, Cheat

August 8, 2004 |

This comic two hander by Vanessa Stevenson is set in the rather messy flat of John Devlin, played by Marcus Seoighe, who has the appearance of a priest. This is invaded by the obsessively tidy actress Kimbeley Hart, Leah … Read More

My Ms & Me

August 8, 2004 |

I’ve always loved Jim Sweeney, whether doing improv with the comedy store, on stage or on TV as well as performing in plays with Steve Steen and  others, which he has on the fringe several times. Over the past … Read More