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Theatre 2006 Archives - Page 2 of 12 - One4Review

Vocation of a Whore

August 8, 2006 |

A one woman play set mainly in Italy tells an amusing tale of a prostitute trying to escape from being ‘a perfect prostitute to becoming a perfect wife’. Unfortunately, before she can marry she is blackmailed to seduce a sanctimonious … Read More

Eclipse

August 8, 2006 |

Although most of us may remember the total Eclipse of the Sun in August 1999 and as this is the subject matter of this show I thought it ironic that most of the cast seem too young to remember … Read More

Kid-Simple: A Radio Play in the Flesh

August 8, 2006 |

Billed as a ‘ Radio Show in the Flesh’, and there are certainly parts that are just that, this show is for me was anything but Kid Simple. Unfortunately at the show I attended, I could obtain no programme, … Read More

Shakespeare For Breakfast

August 8, 2006 |

This is Fringe time when the day does not start before midday. This is Shakespeare. I don’t do Shakespeare! So why an I at this show at 10.00 am on a Saturday morning? The answer is simple dear reader, … Read More

Be My Baby

August 8, 2006 |

This play is set in the early 60’s in a C of E run home for expectant mothers prior to the baby’s being adopted. This piece charts the lives of four young mum’s to be Mary, Laura Hanna, Norma, … Read More

Four Play

August 8, 2006 |

This new play by Richard Everett is staged on their Edinburgh debut by Odd Sok Productions. It centre’s on two couples, Floyd & Kate, Tom Sykes and Caroline Taylor and Hugo & Sophie, Simon Connelly & Camilla Corbett. Both … Read More

Marlon Brando’s Corset

August 8, 2006 |

With such household names as Les Dennis, ‘Family Fortunes’ and Jeremy Edwards ‘Holby City’ & ‘Hollyoaks’ ably supported by comic genius Mike McShane, Perrier nominee, Jim Field Smith, Kellie Ryan and Jennifer Tollady, I would have expected a much … Read More

The Tempest – Eyeball Theatre

August 8, 2006 |

Eyeball Theatre consists of a ‘rag-tag group of students, graduates and academics, none of whom have any professional training but all of whom have theatrical pretensions’.  They believe theatre should be seen – not just heard. This was evident … Read More

Cast Aside

August 8, 2006 |

Ankle productions introduce ‘Cast Aside’.  We meet the cast of a new ground breaking 4-member production of an adaptation of ‘The Merchant of Venice’. Along with the camp crap company assistant and the moronic, megalomaniac who thinks he is … Read More

How to Explain the History of Communism to Mental Patients

August 8, 2006 |

How to Explain the History of Communism to Mental Patients This play written by Romanian Matei Visneic has an intriguing title. Visneic’s influences are Kafka and surrealist literature. Knowing this will give an idea of the play’s style. The … Read More