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Theatre 2007 Archives - One4Review

All About Us

August 8, 2007 |

What a difference a postcode makes. The faceless establishment have opinions and set about a Big Brother style show, the differences being which side of the tracks the contestants come from Each of the contestants comes with a perceived … Read More

The Butler Did it!?

August 8, 2007 |

Looking for a fun way to start off a Fringe day? Well if that is the case this is the show for you, that is assuming you can get a ticket. Following their success at Fringe 2006, a slightly … Read More

DAI (ENOUGH)

August 8, 2007 |

The scene is get in an Israeli cafe with a whole host of characters being interviewed by a TV journalist. We meet an actress, a proud father whose son is about to join a crack regiment, a New York … Read More

The Elements of Style

August 8, 2007 |

This show in essence is a n amalgamation of Alice in Wonderland, Pygmalion and William Strunk Jr. & EB White’s classic American text in "Elements of Style" 1999. Alice (Elana Fruchtman) is struggling with her essay. Much as I … Read More

I, Lear

August 8, 2007 |

The Black Sheep have been turning in quality Fringe performances for many years now and one of the two they are performing is this self penned piece entitled I, Lear. Andrew Jones and Kieran Murtagh portray play Hugh Carpenter … Read More

Monkey Business

August 8, 2007 |

The difficulty for amateur companies putting on a musical comedy at the Fringe is that they are competing with slick home-based and international professional companies. Thus the audience expectation is very high. This production has good points but it … Read More

Prodigal Daughter

August 8, 2007 |

After thirty years of living in the USA Mina, Mandi Sebassio-Ong , returns to the land of her birth, Korea, but why are things so strained in the family home. Her mother, Felicity Steel, and younger sister Teresa Koari … Read More

Splendid Mummer by Lionne Elder

August 8, 2007 |

Lonne Elder’s one man play charts the life of the black Shakespearian actor Ira Aldridge (1807-1867) who in his time become renowned in England and Europe. Shango Baku gives a passionate yet sensitive performance as he portrays Aldridge’s rise … Read More

What The Butler Saw

August 8, 2007 |

This Joe Orton play is given an airing by About Turn Theatre Company as part of the Finge this year and I must admit I was looking forward to seeing it, as I remember this as a very funny … Read More

Almost Haunted

August 8, 2007 |

We are taken into the studio of Augustine’s Parish church and warned to be silent we are eavesdropping on the filming of a TV ghost hunt. In this exact spot exactly 100 years ago a young woman disappeared during … Read More