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Theatre 2007 Archives - One4Review

A Conversation with Edith Head 

August 8, 2007 |

This is a class production. It is so spot on in many different ways. Take the choice of venue for a start. The Studio in Hill Street Theatre is big enough to seat I suppose around 100 people. Therefore, … Read More

The Good Thief

August 8, 2007 |

If you come to see this play by Conor McPherson, be prepared to be shocked. This is no sentimental tale involving lovable Irish rogues but a depiction of brutality and murder without remorse. It is very definitely adult in … Read More

The Packed Lunch

August 8, 2007 |

C Venues version of the best of the Fringe is staged in the bijou baraka venue and is a taster of five acts who are performing at a venue near you. Compered by Tom, that’s all I got, there … Read More

Victor Spinetti –A Very Private Diary: Revisited 

August 8, 2007 |

I seem to be seeing several one-person life stories this fringe in this case this is the closest I will ever get to the Fab Four, the Beatles. Victor Spinetti is the only other person to have been in … Read More

Arnold Wesker’s The Mistress

August 8, 2007 |

Anyone reading my reviews knows I admire those performers who can carry a show on their own shoulders. You will also be aware of my admiration for director and performer Guy Masterson. Once again there are numerous shows under … Read More

A Dependable Marriage

August 8, 2007 |

NUTS hail from Newcastle University and for years have been bringing good quality entertainment to the Fringe. Their offering this year is the  Caroline Wood written A Dependable Marriage. Alice, Margaret Clunie, has discovered that her sister Lucy’s, Edwina … Read More

Land on my Tongue

August 8, 2007 |

Contradictions abound in this comedy of the absurd, written and directed by Hugh Jordan. There is the girl (Helen Plummer) who is fishing in a pond with no fish and who is much older than she looks; there is … Read More

Rosebud: The Lives of Orson Welles

August 8, 2007 |

In looks, manner and voice Christian McKay is a convincing Orson Welles, but it is his superb one man performance which brings Welles to life – his acerbic wit and his driven nature to succeed artistically in his own … Read More

The English Teacher

August 8, 2007 |

A young attractive English teacher is thrust into a class of unsuspecting hormonal teenagers. His interest in them goes beyond the set texts. He looks into the background of each girl, comparing her heritage, her home life, her name … Read More