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Theatre 2008 Archives - One4Review

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

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

Dark Grumblings

August 8, 2008 |

A brilliant and completely satisfying theatrical experience! This is a production not to be missed. What makes Dark Grumblings special is that knockabout comedy is mixed with scary horror and physical theatre in the most compelling and convincing way. … Read More

Little Red ( A Fairy Tale)

August 8, 2008 |

In a strange little cottage in the middle of a deep dark wood we hear the story of a woman so desperate to have children she opens the door and screams to the magic beings in the wood to … Read More

Vincent

August 8, 2008 |

I have never been what you might call an arty person in that I do not often go to galleries and look at pictures I am however aware of some of the "Masters", Vincent Van Gogh" being one. The … Read More

Air Swimming

August 8, 2008 |

Set in a dingy bathroom this play by award winning Charlotte Jones is given an airing during Fringe 2008 by Misplaced Reflection Productions. Set in the 20’s the two, or should that be four characters are Dora  / Dorph … Read More

Going Down

August 8, 2008 |

Lincolin School of Performing Arts present ‘Going Down’, six people stuck in a lift with a strange voice that keeps saying going down. We have a fairly attractive woman who is attempting to get in to acting, a young … 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