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Theatre 2006 Archives - Page 5 of 12 - One4Review

End of The Rainbow

August 8, 2006 |

Most people will be aware of the legend that was ‘Judy Garland’ if not from her music then from her movies. The film the Wizard of Oz gave us probably the best known Garland song ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ … 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

Levelland By Rich Hall

August 8, 2006 |

When radio is your life you never know who you’ll be in touch with through your talk show!  Gas is in short supply, non-essential vehicles are rusting in the front yards, electricity supplies are irregular/ unreliable, you’re stockpiling gas … 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

Spite The Face

August 8, 2006 |

Can you imagine a life without smell? I believe there are people living with this affliction. It is not just aroma,  80% of taste is perceived through the olfactory senses. If you had had no sense of smell from … 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

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

Can’t Pay!  Won’t Pay!

August 8, 2006 |

Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay! is a Dario Fo play that has been translated by Lino Pertile, and is given an airing in the Fringe this year. Two couples, Antonia and Giovanni, Lucy Murphy and Brian Stewart, and Margherita and … 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

Hotel de Mer

August 8, 2006 |

Village Idiots are a mask theatre company. Therefore there is no dialogue and all the action is conveyed by mime. The masks worn by the many characters in the play are spot on in expressing their personalities. The humour … Read More