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Theatre 2006 Archives - One4Review

Chanbara

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

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

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

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

A-Haunting We Will Go

August 8, 2006 |

You work in TV but you’re ideas are falling on deaf ears, so how do you go about selling your idea to your boss. Do you put her into the situation of the heroine or leading lady in your … Read More

Emily’s Kitchen

August 8, 2006 |

I first became aware of Tangled Feet at Fringe 2005, when Alex of the company almost bullied me into going to see their show Lost Property. I did go and must admit thoroughly enjoyed the theatrical experience, so hence … Read More

Krapp’s Last Tape And Rockaby

August 8, 2006 |

This double bill written by Beckett presented by The Arches Theatre Company performed by Kay Gallie and Andrew Dallmyer and directed by Andy Arnold comprises firstly ‘Rockaby’ then ‘Krapp’s Last Tape’.  I had almost forgotten how strange and depressing … Read More

Shiver

August 8, 2006 |

Shiver is billed as a compelling and disturbing new drama about love. I found it intriguing and disturbing in that I couldn’t figure out whether the action was real or in Christina’s head, whether the loop backs were relived … Read More

Black Comedy

August 8, 2006 |

Dreamwalk Productions are a young company and are performing this excellent play by Peter Shaeffer at the Fringe this year. I must admit it was a new play to me, but has all the elements of a Whitehall farce, … Read More

Frank’s Life

August 8, 2006 |

Rattlesnake Theatre Company have been regular Fringe attendees for a while and I have nearly always enjoyed their productions, as their choice of material and the standard of acting is of a high quality. In this production however, I … Read More