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Theatre 2008 Archives - Page 3 of 10 - One4Review

Beyonce –  Stop Punching Robbie!

August 8, 2008 |

Award winning actor Cecelia Delatori returns to the Fringe again, this time with a multi-character play, all portrayed by herself, set in the George Galloway nursery in Bethnal Green. Ms Delatorie has experience of working as a teacher in … Read More

Hello!  Ok?

August 8, 2008 |

We’re a world obsessed with celebrity culture.  Newsagents’ shelves groan under the weight of tabloid magazines such as Now, Ok, Hello, Heat, Grazia, all of which scream out hysterical headlines about the most c-list of celebrities airing the dirtiest … Read More

Reasonable Doubt

August 8, 2008 |

Theatre Tours International Incorporating Guy Masterson Productions present six shows at this years Fringe Festival of which Reasonable Doubt is the first I am getting to see. What first attracted me to anything associated with Guy Masterson I just … Read More

Coming Up for Air

August 8, 2008 |

‘Coming up for Air’ is a very special show and Stan Strickland is a very special artist. His performance is a story in words and music of a jazz musician who, having absorbed many forms of music, wants to … Read More

Joan Rivers – A Work in Progress

August 8, 2008 |

Joan Rivers is without a doubt the biggest name appearing at this year’s Fringe.  This makes her show ‘Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress by a Life in Progress’ one of the hottest tickets in town.  On the afternoon … Read More

Surviving Spike

August 8, 2008 | With  Michael Barrymore and Jill Halfpenny

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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

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

Be My Baby

August 8, 2008 |

Amanda Whittington’s play is part comedy but part sad drama. It is set in the early 1960’s in a home for unmarried teenagers in the final stages of pregnancy. In those days attitudes to single mothers were harsh and … Read More


August 8, 2008 |

The Portsmouth Grammar School present their adaptation of ‘Hiawatha’. For most adults of a certain age some of the lines of the poem Hiawatha are still ingrained, whether they still teach it or not I was fascinated to see … Read More