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Theatre 2006 Archives - One4Review

Diva For The Role Of Dostoevsky’s Wife

August 8, 2006 |

Act Provocateur never opt for the mainstream crowd pleasers in their Fringe shows and this is another that falls into this category. Set in a nursing home, a retired actress meets a much younger man who is under the … Read More

Johnny And The Bomb

August 8, 2006 |

I was surprised that this show did not have a bigger audience as this has recently been serialised on children’s TV. Although this is a very small space the cast and creative team did a very good job in … Read More

Sex, Lies And An 80’s Tribute Band

August 8, 2006 |

Successful Travel writer Neil Stevenson (David Lawrie) returns home after 20 years travelling the world. Home in Glasgow and fast approaching his dreaded 40th birthday he wants to relive the heady heydays by reforming his old band. Approaching his … Read More

Bangers And Mash

August 8, 2006 |

Bangers and Mash, by Drew Fairley & Kate Smith, arrives at the Fringe proudly clutching their Sydney Herald Fringe Award and this comedy play is certainly well worth it. Based on the world of house sharing and the unwritten … Read More

Finder’s Fee

August 8, 2006 |

First stages in 2002 in the States this play is set in the world of New York City property development and finance. A somewhat idealist entrepreneur is expecting to complete a deal when he witness his investor murdered in … Read More

Maddon’er

August 8, 2006 |

This will be a little hard to review, due to the fact that their seemed to have been an invasion of partly boozed up people who decided that a visit to this show, and then cause creator, writer and … Read More

The Tempest –   Ex-Young Pleasance

August 8, 2006 |

The Tempest Ex-Young Pleasance The newly formed Ex-Young Pleasance recreate the story of Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ in an hour. This new initiative seeks to provide a support network for graduates of Young Pleasance who wanted to bring a show … Read More

Can’t Pay!  Won’t Pay!

August 8, 2006 |

Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay! is a Dario Fo play that has been translated by Lino Pertile, and is given an airing in the Fringe this year. Two couples, Antonia and Giovanni, Lucy Murphy and Brian Stewart, and Margherita and … Read More

Hotel de Mer

August 8, 2006 |

Village Idiots are a mask theatre company. Therefore there is no dialogue and all the action is conveyed by mime. The masks worn by the many characters in the play are spot on in expressing their personalities. The humour … Read More

Perki & Mann Are Spooked

August 8, 2006 |

I discovered Alexander Perkins & Richard Mann by accident last year and loved their show, so I went back to see ‘Perki & Mann are Spooked’. Self-written covering all sorts of subjects that obviously amuse both of them, we … Read More