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Theatre 2005 Archives - Page 2 of 9 - One4Review

Shakespeare  for  Breakfast

August 8, 2005 |

I know I keep going on about my dislike for the Bard, and my dislike of early mornings especially at Fringe time, but this has been one show I’ve swallowed my prejudices and attended religiously for a few years … Read More

A Clockwork Orange

August 8, 2005 |

It’s dark, it’s gloomy, there is a threat of menace, it has dark, shadowy characters… and that is only the impression one gets in entering the theatre. In this adaptation of Anthony Burgess’s book, Stanley Kubrick’s movie this nine … Read More

A Midsummer Night’s Dream From The East

August 8, 2005 |

South Korean theatre company Yohangza are full of enthusiasm and energy, with unique Korean-style movements, facial expression and vocalization. The best known section of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ is when the lovers Hermia and Lysander travel through the … Read More

The Watcher

August 8, 2005 |

The Watcher is a new play by Jeremy Paul. A  park scene where a woman is sitting alone in the park enjoying the sunshine and a picnic. She is approached by a weird guy, Is she in trouble? is … Read More

Fit Piece

August 8, 2005 |

It seems that fitness is the new sex…. this week, at least that what Chelle tells her rather overweight and unfit pal Louise as she persuades her to join the gym. The ‘fit’, ex- army personal trainer pays no … Read More

Otherwise Engaged

August 8, 2005 |

If all the action at parties takes place in the kitchen, then at weddings does it all take place in the ladies toilets? Certainly it does at the wedding of Charlotte and Phil, but why? The bridesmaids, Jude and … Read More

Barrie’s Farewell Miss Julie Logan

August 8, 2005 |

Dusk is settling its heavy blanket over the streets of old Edinburgh Town, the ancient graveyards are covered with the early evening chill.  We are invited into the past, the present and the distant past of a small highland … Read More

Johnnie Jouk The Gibbet

August 8, 2005 |

Johnnie Jouk the Gibbet (or ‘Johnnie Cheat the Hangman’) is a period comedy very much in the Scots vernacular, and an ear for the language of the time is necessary to fully appreciate the humour. The action takes place … Read More

Scriptease

August 8, 2005 |

Is Impro passé?  Has it all been done before? Well probably the answer to the second question is yes, but, somehow, and it’s down to the incredible talent of the six cast members that they have turned what could … Read More

The Coming of Golf by P.G. Wodehouse

August 8, 2005 |

A rambling concoction of sketches around the obvious theme of golf. The cast try very hard to bring out the humour in the prose of P.G. Wodehouse, but the story lines are just too lightweight to appeal. All manner … Read More