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Theatre 2008 Archives - Page 2 of 10 - One4Review

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

Do You Want to Loose Weight

August 8, 2008 |

Ok this is one way to sell your "Diet" to the public. I was mislead into thinking it would be more than just a soft  sell about dietary advice and change of lifestyle. Elizabeth Roddick probably gets more money … Read More

Love for Sale

August 8, 2008 |

Maelstrom Theatre Company’s production of Love for Sale is a chilling drama lightened with flashes of humorous insights. It depicts the collision of two of the world’s oldest professions, prostitution and religion. This is reflected in the set design … 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

The Aluminum Show

August 8, 2008 |

Original, slick and stunning are my immediate impressions of this show. The show’s creators have breathed life into a metallic element. They have imagined an almost dream like quality to the dance and puppetry sequences. Even the audience, at … Read More

The Good Doctor

August 8, 2008 |

Although I was aware of Neil Simon as a play write I was previously unaware of this piece based on a series of short stories by Anton Chekov so was intrigued to see what a collaboration of the two … Read More

Old Girls

August 8, 2008 |

Old Girls is a contemporary black comedy written by the director, Donald Marcus, in association with Ted Marcus. Set in London, the action takes place in the flat of the assured and sophisticated Mallory (Keira Duffy) and her husband … Read More


August 8, 2008 |

Richard Fry’s performance of his verse play is absorbing. His low key, measured style draws you in as the story unfolds. The verse format adds to the tension helping to construct mental images of his descriptions. The language is … Read More

I Wanna be Loved by You

August 8, 2008 |

About Turn Theatre Company make their lealest foray to the Fringe with this play based on the life of Marilyn Monroe. This play is rather short to do adequate justice to this icon in my opinion and while this … Read More