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Theatre 2006 Archives - Page 12 of 12 - One4Review

Pop Art

August 8, 2006 |

Billed as a brand-new pop acappella experience this five-piece troupe from Amsterdam bring a mature slant to this years experience. They offer a mix of dance, comedy and singing. Paul Klooté – low bass, Hans Cassa – bass baritone, … Read More

American Vaudeville

August 8, 2006 |

Created and performed by Jon Morris and Scott Nankivel, American Vaudeville charts the rise and fall of this form of entertainment in the first quarter of the 20th century. Morris and Nankivel play a song and dance duo, Chester … Read More

Everyone Should Have A Gun

August 8, 2006 |

A tense drama played against a plain black backdrop. Two females appear. They are both in black, having a similar appearance and linked together by elastic cord. They don’t who or where they are, or indeed why they are … Read More

The Libertine

August 8, 2006 |

The Kings Players production of The Libertine with its complex plot and range of characters is a successful venture. Set in the 17th century, the play revolves around the lifestyle and character of the Earl of Rochester. In his … Read More

Spymonkey  –  Cooped

August 8, 2006 |

Spymonkey present ‘Cooped’ a love story, farce, murder-mystery, musical, melodrama with comedy!  What so much in one Fringe show?  Oh and I forgot to say beware the birds and the ping-pong balls! Aitor Bausari, Stephen Kreiss, Petra Massey and … Read More

Boom Bang-A-Bang

August 8, 2006 |

The About Turn Theatre Company present the Eurovision Song Contest loving play ‘Boom Bang-a-Bang’. Accompanied by a brilliant soundtrack of the best and not so good hits from past Eurovision’s we see the ups and downs of one group … Read More

The Girl who Cried ‘Nam’

August 8, 2006 |

It’s the night before the History exam and flat mates Eve and Sammy, Bea Roberts and Sophie Elliot, are doing their last minute cramming, well at least Sammy is, Eve is busy colouring in her study planner. In the … Read More

My Dearest Byron

August 8, 2006 |

I have seen both the last two productions Another Midas have performed at the Fringe and both Dirty Little Secrets and Chaucer’s Cocktail have been beautifully created and performed, so I was in no doubt that this would apply … Read More

Twinkle Little Star     By  Philip Meeks

August 8, 2006 |

Initially disappointed that Christopher Biggins was not coming to do the show, as I just couldn’t see Tim Healy as an aging ‘Panto Dame playing a sad and jaded old Queen. Within minutes of him coming on stage I … Read More