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Theatre 2006 Archives - Page 3 of 12 - One4Review

Shakespeare’s Passions

August 8, 2006 |

Bruce Morrison was born in Kenya of Scottish stock, educated in Edinburgh and after university went on to The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.  He started his theatrical career with the Regent’s Park Shakespeare Company and has returned … Read More

The Tylwyth Teg

August 8, 2006 |

The Tylwyth Teg is absolutely enthralling. Rooted in the ancient art of storytelling to be found in Welsh folk-lore, this particular story is given a very modern treatment. Integral to the story is the music, sound effects and lighting, … 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

Breakfast With Johnny Wilkinson

August 8, 2006 |

Having previously seen ‘An Evening with Gary Lineker’ and despite disliking football more than just a little I was actually looking forward to seeing Breakfast with Jonny Wilkinson’. I enjoy rugby and knowing it was based on the Rugby … 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

The Heart is Nicotine

August 8, 2006 |

This interesting piece of theatre, performed by hi-5 Theatre Company,  written and directed by Stephanie Smith, is an amalgam of theatre and film with some of the action being staged and projected at the same time. The action also … 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

No Exit

August 8, 2006 |

This young company take on this excellent, hard-hitting play written by Jean-Paul Satre, take it on any emerge victorious. The play centres around three characters, Garcin, Patric Byrnes, a journalist and maybe coward, Inez, Sophia McKinnon, a postal worked … 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

The Unattended

August 8, 2006 |

The nerve centre of a Newcastle shopping centre during the long boring hours of the night, the domain of two security guards, both one time policemen, both watching but what are they actually seeing? The premise for an hours … Read More