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Theatre 2008 Archives - One4Review

Ane  Wee Touch O’ Class 

August 8, 2008 |

Ane  Wee Touch O’ Class   by   Rikki Fulton Leitheatre have a winning formula which I have enjoyed over many years. They stage a full two act Scottish comedy. Celebrating 25 years on the Fringe and playing to packed houses … Read More

Correspondence

August 8, 2008 |

Claire McDonald’s new play belongs to the genre of experimental theatre. It is a series of riddles. A programme is issued before the play begins which does help to set out the scenario. The music as the audience take … Read More

The Graduate

August 8, 2008 |

Those of us above a certain age will remember this as a major movie starring Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft and Katherine Ross and later became a stage play in the West End and on Broadway. Blue Dye Productions have … Read More

Lichentongue

August 8, 2008 |

Thora Linchentongue (Emily North) seems to have it all, a TV show, a loving partner, a dependable assistant and even a stalker. Then along came Barang Lal (Krupa Pattani) and her mind reading computer. Suddenly Lichentongue’s deepest darkest secrets … Read More

One Small Step

August 8, 2008 |

We pretty well know how One Small Step will end. The question is how enjoyable will the journey be to reach the climax of Neil Armstrong’s first tentative footstep on to the moon’s surface. The answer is a fun … Read More

The Terrible Infants

August 8, 2008 |

Since first seeing Les Enfants Terribles Theatre Company they have taken a total change in direction, for me it’s definitely for the better. I personally did not get to see them last year but took the opportunity to go … Read More

Anna the Slut and the (Almost) Chosen One

August 8, 2008 |

This intriguing play written and directed by Andrew J Hungerford is based on Sumerian mythology is the story of the Goddess of Sex ,not content with her own world she descends to the Underworld to steal her sisters throne … Read More

Creation & All That Jazz

August 8, 2008 |

There is an easy test to apply to any comedy play. Does it make the audience laugh with the humour of the dialogue and sparkling delivery? After a bright opening sequence, the plot development was slow and tedious. The … Read More

Greenstick Boy

August 8, 2008 |

The girl M is packing up her life after her soul mate D’s mums funeral. As she packs she tries to write a letter to him. He was never her Boyfriend only her boy-friend, unable to put her thoughts … Read More

Lies Have Been Told

August 8, 2008 |

Whatever viewpoint each person may have about Robert Maxwell, few would dispute he had charisma. Philip York, looking and sounding uncannily like Maxwell, conveys brilliantly the sheer power of his personality. The play leads to the inevitable climax of … Read More