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Theatre 2005 Archives - One4Review

Carmen Angel

August 8, 2005 |

Carmen Angel is a compelling play, blending powerful acting, music and sound effects. It is a dark tale set mainly in small town Canada. Joe, a police photographer, is tormented in his dreams by childhood memories, particularly of his … Read More

The Magnets  –  Magnetude

August 8, 2005 |

In to each generation a group of heroes are born, those who champion the power of the human voice.  We are lucky in Edinburgh as the Magnets introduce us to ‘Magnetude’ the story of the heroes for our generation. … Read More

Two  by Fierce Trade

August 8, 2005 |

Two by Jim Cartwright was originally written for John McArdle and Sue Johnston following their exit from soap opera Brookside. Set in a Northern pub, we meet a whole lot, 14 in fact, dysfunctional characters, none more so than … Read More

Edward Albee’s – ‘The Zoo Story’

August 8, 2005 |

"Sometimes you have to go a long way out of your way to come back a short distance correctly!" A sentiment similar to this is said several times by Jerry played by Phil Nichol. Peter (Graham Elwell) is sitting … Read More

Oleanna

August 8, 2005 |

Oleanna is but one of the many David Mamet plays that are around and for me it is by far one of his finest. I have previously seen in the Fringe a year or two ago, starring and directed … Read More

Angry Young Men

August 8, 2005 |

Mahwaff Productions have already got one Fringe First under their blt this year with the Peter Morris play Guardians, and in this their ‘other’ production, award winning writer – director Ben Woolf premieres this piece. Set against a back … Read More

Hot Pursuit

August 8, 2005 |

There is a crime wave that has hit the village of Upper Lower Greater Middle Gobbleston, culminating in multiple murder, and it is down to village bobby PC  Butler to solve the mystery. He is to be assisted by … Read More

Russian Beauty

August 8, 2005 |

If you like your theatre light and fluffy, then Act Provocateur International are perhaps not the company for you. If on the other hand you are into more substantial theatre, always wonderfully acted and skillfully directed then they should … Read More

Catch 22

August 8, 2005 |

Reading Joseph Heller’s World War 2 novel Catch-22 many years ago proved to be, for this reviewer, an indelible experience. The first 100 pages or so are incredibly funny, but taking the book as a whole it is really … Read More

Men of the World

August 8, 2005 |

Harland Hamstrings in their tenth and final Edinburgh Fringe have once again taken one of their fellow Humbersiders, John Godber, plays and given it their special treatment. In this three hander Paul Harrison, Heather Thomson and Steve Jallett play … Read More