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Theatre 2005 Archives - One4Review

Bouncers

August 8, 2005 |

It is nice to see John Godber’s ‘Bouncers’ performed by a more mature cast.  Mature in age if not personality, seeing the on stage antics. Although Godber’s show is superbly written  it allows for some adaptation and personalisation from … Read More

A Limited Run

August 8, 2005 |

A play about about God can be a dangerous project, but this production should not upset the religious fraternity. Andy Gray fits comfortably into the role of a very Scottish God who has given up his heavenly mansion for … Read More

Teechers

August 8, 2005 |

In the ten years that Harland Hamstrings have been attending the Fringe I suppose they have used more John Godber plays than any other playwright, and they have dusted off Teechers once again as one of their 5 pieces … Read More

Drowning Point

August 8, 2005 |

This one-woman play by Nicholas Earl centres on Beth, Claire Porter, a thirty something happily married teacher whose life falls apart when her husband is drowned in a storm whilst he is sailing. If this is not bad enough, … Read More

The Odd Couple

August 8, 2005 |

There are few shows totally appropriately named, but if you consider the two leading performers you see what I mean. The Odd couple, Bill Bailey, as Oscar Madison the scruffy, devil may care man about town, prevents Alan Davies, … Read More

Guardians

August 8, 2005 |

Peter Morris is fast becoming an icon with the plays that he has written and we are privileged to get the World Premier of Guardians at this years Fringe. This provocative piece is told in turn by a tabloid … Read More

Relatively Speaking

August 8, 2005 |

Harland Hamstrings usually adapt their productions, changing the scripts to suit the available talent, time frame and acting space. I occasionally notice these changes but as ‘Relatively Speaking’ is new to me I didn’t notice one way or another. … Read More

Audience with a Transvestite

August 8, 2005 |

Maxine is not so much holding an audience, more a post lunch chat over drinks. Round her table you are invited to find out about her life and why she is living the life of a Transvestite. The difference … Read More

Boston Marriage

August 8, 2005 |

The idea of the play by David Mamet is the expression Boston Marriage, meaning a pair of co-habiting women. It came into use in New England at the turn of the 20th century when the play was set. The two … Read More

Lost Property

August 8, 2005 |

Where do the things go that we loose? Are they collected in some secret corner and administered by someone ready for collection in the future? It is hard to pigeon hole this production by Tangled Feet, Is it a … Read More