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Theatre 2007 Archives - Page 2 of 14 - One4Review

Harden the F*** Up World

August 8, 2007 |

The world has gone soft and Chopper is here to let us know how we can harden the f*** up. Performer Heath Franklin is Chopper, based on the real life criminal Mark ‘Chopper’ Read.  His Chopper is an intimidating … Read More

The Pitch

August 8, 2007 |

One man is attempting to sell his non-existent film script to a panel of strangely contrasting specialists in the hope of getting the contract. We are witnesses to him attempting to get plot and storyline organised. He acts out … Read More

W. S. Graham: Out of his Head

August 8, 2007 |

The one man, or one woman, play reflecting the life of a renowned, sometimes overlooked, figure from history abounds at this year’s Fringe. When the subject has led a dramatic existence, it can be fascinating. Although Sydney Graham (1918 … Read More

Auto Auto

August 8, 2007 |

There are shows which are unique and shows that are spectacular. This show truly puts the two together along with a humorous approach. The performers are two singing percussionists, Christian von Richtofen and Kristian Bader. They take a car … Read More

Dickens Unplugged- 

August 8, 2007 |

Dickens unplugged, written and directed by Adam Long, is musical comedy of a very high standard. The five, highly talented guys from California romp their way through a selection of Dickens novels throwing in a twist of the American … Read More

Lizzie Roper in Peccadillo Circus

August 8, 2007 |

Lizzie Roper’s show is about sex, but it is not about sexual titillation. During her introductory warm up, she explains how she put the show together. She placed ads to ask people to reveal their sexual experiences and, much … Read More

Scared Scriptless

August 8, 2007 |

Take 5 actors and a mic, take numerous audience suggestions and hey presto there is an instant one off brand new horror play. All the devices of impro are employed, very implausible storyline is decided upon and off we … Read More

The Cave of the Golden Calf

August 8, 2007 |

Cabaret as a theatre form had its beginnings in 1890’s Paris, adult entertainment ranging from the avant-garde to the risqué. Andrew Brown arts and theatre entrepreneur has revitalised the original ‘Cave of the Golden Calf’, a Bohemian Soho nightclub … Read More

Excuse My Dust

August 8, 2007 |

The last time I saw Lesley Mackie I was crewing at the Whitehall Theatre in Dundee for her very popular tour with the show "Judy".  The show in which Lesley portrayed the Iconic Judy Garland. Once more Lesley is … Read More

Natasha Wood- Rolling With Laughter

August 8, 2007 |

A one woman play From birth Natasha Wood has been unable to be self caring but has this stopped her doing something she has set her heart on? No sir! This young lady may depend on the help of … Read More