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Theatre 2006 Archives - Page 2 of 12 - One4Review

Teen Scream

August 8, 2006 |

My previous experience of the Heather Brothers work was their much underrated A Slice of Saturday Night, so a chance to see some more of their work was something I couldn’t resist. Throw into the mix a hole lot … Read More

Cabin Fever

August 8, 2006 |

This play is written by the comedian Jim Sweeney it is the fourth play of his to be presented at the Gilded Balloon since 1999. The others were ‘Danny’s Wake’, ‘Sick Transit’ and ‘My MS and Me’, either Geoff … Read More

Hermiston

August 8, 2006 |

Hermiston is a powerful drama written and cleverly directed by John Carnegie and based on RL Stevenson’s unfinished novel Weir of Hermiston. Set in 1792 in the Scottish Borders with the revolutionary events in France and America as a … Read More

Paras Over The Barras (part 2) The Second Wave

August 8, 2006 |

Set in the East End of Glasgow during World War II, this comedy is the sequel to last year’s successful production. Written by James Barclay this sequel is every bit as hilarious as Part 1. Two story lines are … Read More

Virgins

August 8, 2006 |

A typical family Sunday morning, the parents quietly making love on the only day off in the week before the kids are awake. Teenage daughter up and about feeding the cat and turning her brothers alarm off, he always … Read More

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