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Theatre 2008 Archives - Page 2 of 10 - One4Review

Red Peppers

August 8, 2008 |

‘Keep it Fresh, Keep it Clean, Keep it Fragrant’ was the catch phrase of husband and wife, song and dance act Red Peppers. This little gem of a play written by Noel Coward is set at a time when … Read More

War of the Worlds

August 8, 2008 |

I have always admired Pip Utton it seems that every time he comes to the Fringe he has diversified, but to attempt to perform ‘The War of the Worlds’ in one hour. Not only that but Jeff Wayne’s musical … Read More

Black Stuff

August 8, 2008 |

Black Stuff is a well written comedy with a serious message. It begins in a light hearted way when honeymoon couple Justin (Jonathan Young who is also the Director) and Sophie (Laura Lloyd) run out of petrol on their … Read More

Dogs Barking

August 8, 2008 |

This play by Richard Zajdlic is set in the flat of former partners Neil, Fanos Xenofos and Alex, Lisa Sheerin a few months after they split up due to Neil’s infidelity with his ex-boss. The story continues to destroy … Read More

Histrionics

August 8, 2008 |

Histrionics is a new play written by James Butler who has been influenced by the innocent hero and unsuspected villain tradition of Commedia dell’arte. It is a comedy of treachery and murder set in London at the turn of … Read More

Loving Burns

August 8, 2008 |

Alicia Devine’s play is a successful snapshot of the life of Robert Burns through the words of the women with whom he came into contact. This production is a blend of comedy, monologues and song. Alicia Devine plays the … Read More

The Shadow

August 8, 2008 |

‘The Shadow’ is a short play adapted Christopher Bennion from the original Hans Christian Anderson tale. The stage is set with a large screen utilised to project shadows on to and other various uses. Together Naomi Hill, Anne Langford … Read More

Weights

August 8, 2008 |

Doing my usual, ok where am I next, I frequently arrive at a venue knowing only the name of the production I am about to see and in this case that it is part of the Theatre Tours International  … Read More

Bombay to Beijing by Bicycle

August 8, 2008 |

This show is the antidote for those who have been bored by tame TV travel programmes.   Australian Russell McGilton’s solo play is a highly individualistic and very animated account of an epic journey. His inspiration for the journey … Read More