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Theatre 2005 Archives - One4Review

De Bernieres’ Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World

August 8, 2005 |

De Berrnieres’ Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World I must admit that I was unaware that Louis de Bernieres had written any plays, I, like most were aware of his award winning Captain Corelli’s Mandolin but not … Read More

Nicholas Nickleby

August 8, 2005 |

We have followed the productions of Bablake Drama at the Fringe over several years. For there 2005 presentation they are using ‘The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby’ part 1. Switching locations from scene to scene between London, Yorkshire … Read More

The Glorious and Bloodthirsty Billy the Kid

August 8, 2005 |

The rootinist, tootinist show on the Fringe this side of the Mississippi! Was Billy really such a baddy, was he a hero or just misunderstood? This cast of hundreds, well six, playing hundreds of parts.  Display performance skills acting, … Read More

Pip Utton – Bacon

August 8, 2005 |

Firstly let me say I really didn’t know much about Francis Bacon. Had you asked me before seeing this show who he was, I wouldn’t really have been able to tell you. So why did I go and see … Read More

Birth of The Cool

August 8, 2005 |

There are some shows you see that you don’t want to end. Birth of the Cool comes into this category. This is an absolutely absorbing fusion of narrative and jazz. At this point I should admit to being a … Read More

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

August 8, 2005 |

This adaptation of Choderlos de Laclos play by Christopher Hampton, the original is reset into Nazi occupied Paris and the deceit and sexual charades mix well with different moral outlook provide the material for this strong cast to perform … Read More

Star Wars Trilogy in 30 Minutes

August 8, 2005 |

When Festival Theatre USA were last at the fringe the show ‘Star Wars: Trilogy in 30 Minutes’ was always a sell-out. This time round the houses are quite full but at present no extra performances are scheduled. I wondered … Read More

Don Juan

August 8, 2005 |

This play is in fact an hour-long monologue by the Don himself, played by Glen Naden, giving a potted history of his life and especially his loves for the early part of his life. The different characters are each … Read More

No Exit – Act Provocateur

August 8, 2005 |

Following on to last years critically acclaimed success of this adaptation of Sartre’s play, for their 10th Anniversary Act Provocateur International are restaging it once more, this time slightly longer as part of their contribution to th Fringe 2005. … Read More

All Alone

August 8, 2005 |

All Alone is another story of the seedy workings of internet stalkers and groomers for their ‘solo’ pleasure there is a cast of three, albeit the token female spends most of the hour lying partly off stage, while her … Read More