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Theatre 2008 Archives - One4Review

A Drunk Woman Looks at a Thistle

August 8, 2008 |

I am not Scottish, but have spent all of my adult life North of The Border and thought I had a reasonable handle on Scotland and it’s way of life and thinking, but having seen this fine performance by … Read More

I Love You!  And You And You

August 8, 2008 |

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School are staging this wonderfully cute play during Fringe 2008 and it is written by one of the cast members Ellen Cribbs One guy, five women, lucky chap ….or is he? Mark, John McGrellis, is … Read More

Mary Postgate

August 8, 2008 |

Jay Parini’s adaptation of the Rudyard Kipling story is absorbing but has an elusive quality. Perhaps this is intentional. Madeline Knight successfully conveys the complexity of the central character and her instant mood swings. She can be cool, jingoistic, … Read More

Shoppers Without Borders 

August 8, 2008 |

This late afternoon play is written and performed by Erin Donovan is about a shopaholic LA woman also called Erin, could this be one and the same in the throes of moving, much to boyfriend Chris’s surprise to a … Read More

Broken Nails

August 8, 2008 |

Combining acting, puppetry and song, Anna Skubik plays out a dialogue between Marlene Dietrich, portrayed as a life size puppet, and her young maid. The play is set at the end of Dietrich’s life. Despite her fame in the … Read More

East Side Story

August 8, 2008 |

Then NewVic Ensemble are a theatre group of 14 youngsters from East London who have adapted the Bernstein / Sondheim classic Westside story for today and for the kids in the East End. The essence of the story is … Read More

I Shot Dirty Den

August 8, 2008 |

Pavel Douglas was born in Krakow Poland to Polish Films Star Stanislaw Zaczyk and Scottish actress Deidre Douglas. His early years and theatrical beginnings were back in Scotland and despite several TV and film roles he is probably most … Read More

More Lives Than One – ……..

August 8, 2008 |

Leslie Clack gives an immense and mesmeric performance in his solo play. He recounts the critical events in the life of Oscar Wilde leading up to his death in Paris, forgotten by many and in poverty. He brings out … Read More