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Theatre 2005 Archives - Page 3 of 9 - One4Review

Screwmachine / Eyecandy

August 8, 2005 |

The team behind last year’s critical success Fatboy come together again for this C.J Hopkins written play. Directed by john Clancy, and featuring David Calvitto as Big Bob, Nancy Walsh and Bill Coelius as the contestants Maura and Dan … Read More

Crimes of Passion

August 8, 2005 |

This a stage adaptation of Ken Russell’s movie of the same name by Ricado Pinto, who also directs and stars in this erotic psychological thriller. Struggling family man and Private investigator Bobby Grady, David Nicholson, is hired to check … Read More

Mini – Break

August 8, 2005 |

This is a new play by the excellent play write Ben Ockrent and is brought to you by the production team behind last years critically acclaimed Then again.   Whether he is phoning customers, his boss, girlfriend, agent or sister, … Read More

Volpone: Sex Lies & Videotape

August 8, 2005 |

Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely and money is the root of all-evil. Two trite clichés perhaps but they are probably applicable in this contemporary ad  adaptation of Jonson’s classic piece. Mega bucks media tycoon Valpone feigns illness … Read More

The Forever Waltz by Glyn Maxwell

August 8, 2005 |

Staged deep within the the bowels of the Baby Belly in the smallest working area for actors I have seen in this year’s Fringe, this setting actually suits the claustrophobic feel of the play. Three characters the intense John, … Read More

Phone Play

August 8, 2005 |

Phone Play is a reflection of modern life. Have we all not faced exasperation in our dealings with officialdom and big organisations? Have we not overheard banal conversations in just about any public place? Phone play hilariously evokes the … Read More

Bella & The Beautiful Knight

August 8, 2005 |

Bella and the beautiful knight is a new strongly written piece by Oliver Emanuel It  is really a complex piece that works on numerous levels, and certainly holds the attention throughout. In the course of one hour Bella, played … Read More

The Lad Lit Project

August 8, 2005 |

Alexander Kelly has devised and presents a riveting one-man performance examining the personality of the modern British male. He is an engaging raconteur who can be witty, moving and disturbing. He opens with a straightforward physical self description, but … Read More

Some Explicit Polaroids

August 8, 2005 |

From the writer of ‘Shopping and F**king’ Mark Ravenhill comes another thought provoking play based in the latter end of the last century but it really could be anytime. In search of a happy life six strangers are somewhat … Read More

Dealers Choice

August 8, 2005 |

Poker action is the subject matter for this two act play set in a London restaurant. Five characters Steve, the manager, Karl, his son, waiters Mugsy and Frank, and Sweeney, the chef, meet up for a regular card session after the … Read More