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Theatre 2006 Archives - One4Review

Andy’s Promise

August 8, 2006 |

NUTS are a group that attend the Fringe on a yearly basis and it is assured that their performances are always of a high quality, and this years production written and directed by Edward Berresford is certainly upto previous … Read More


August 8, 2006 |

Not that I am usually in to films but I did watch ‘Kill Bill 2’ with a friend and admit to laughing from start to finish at the improbable fight scenes. The star killed hundreds of people with only … Read More


August 8, 2006 |


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I Can’t Believe it’s not Goddard

August 8, 2006 |

The scene is in place as one enters the space, a film company with no budget is filming, or not, an epic and we the extra’s, or should that be background artistes are primed to be part of this … Read More


August 8, 2006 |

This is more like the Act Provocateur International I have become used to. Never afraid to take a chance, Vladimir Nabokov’s controversial piece has been adapted into 55 minutes by Victor Sobchak and Andy McQuade and given a late … Read More

The Pier Glass

August 8, 2006 |

The Young Pleasance celebrates its 10th birthday with the launch of young Pleasance Scotland, the creation of a graduate ensemble and the return of the award-winning show ‘The Pier Glass’. Set in 1865 we follow the adventures of a … Read More

Talk Radio

August 8, 2006 |

When you get an Edinburgh Fringe Festival show which includes; Will Adamsdale, Stephen K Amos, Tara Flynn, Tony Law, Mike McShane, Phil Nichol and Tiffany Stevenson you immediately think oh yes a comedy!  When it is an Underbelly Production … Read More

We Are The Dreamers

August 8, 2006 |

Side by Side Theatre group evolved from the learning for life drama course held at Stourbridge College in the West Midlands. Formed in 1997 they have become the first group of amateur actors with learning disabilities to achieve awards … Read More

The Audition

August 8, 2006 |

Auditions. Aren’t they often cattle calls? Far too many actors called and subjected to the rigours. This is different. Lauren, Catherine Kitis, wants to be an actress. She craves fame, but how far is she prepared to go for … Read More

The China Vase 

August 8, 2006 |

The China Vase, written and directed by Bernie Kavanagh, is a serious and absorbing new play. Three playlets follow seamlessly critical moments in the lives of six soldiers across three wars – 4 privates, their sergeant and their commanding … Read More