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Theatre 2011 Archives - Page 3 of 7 - One4Review


August 18, 2011 |

5 stars *****

Which way is up? Are you sure?

Leo – we must assume that’s his name: there’s no one else to name him, and he makes only three vocal sounds (not words) in the entire show … Read More


August 18, 2011 |

3 Stars ***

In this day and age internet dating is very much an integrated part of the dating game Rosalind Adler has created this play containing three diverse female characters who at least have a more than passing interest … Read More

A Day in November

August 18, 2011 |

2 Stars **

A Day in November with Rumen Gavanozov of Theatre Atelie presents a piece of how we bid farewell to our last day, with a one hundred year old man, played by a puppet.

During the course of … Read More

Murder at Warrabah House

August 18, 2011 |

3 Stars  ***

Murder at Warrabah House is a one woman murder mystery from Australia, with a strong resonance of Agatha Christie.

Written by May Jasper and Sam Wilson, it follows Hattie Parish, the sister of Arthur Parish, the … Read More

Fear and Misery of The Third Reich

August 18, 2011 |

4 Star ****

Fear and Misery of the Third Reich by Bertolt Brecht, translated by John Willet is presented by the Lincoln Company.

Sections of life about the violence and oppression during the reign of the Nazi’s, Brecht’s harshly satirical … Read More


August 18, 2011 |

Caligula by Albert Camus, translated by David Grieg is presented by KCS Productions.

It’s the story of the emperor who spirals out of control bringing down a terrible reign upon his people of unnecessary death and famine.

The piece … Read More

Beowulf – A Thousand Years of Baggage

August 18, 2011 |

4 Stars


New York Company Banana Bag & Bodice have devised an interpretation of the epic poem which is decidedly odd. Odd though it may be, there is never a dull moment. Different musical and theatrical forms are integrated … Read More

Cutting the Cord

August 18, 2011 |

3 Stars


Cutting the Cord belongs to the category of experimental theatre in which the fusion of words, music, movement and image creates particular moods. The introduction is unusual. The members of the audience are invited to look at … Read More

Hansel And Gretel

August 17, 2011 |

**** 4 Stars

This was a great little production, the children were instantly put at ease and made to feel special when they were sat at the front on the scatter cushions and blankets, after following a path of … Read More

Dances for Wolves: Class Stage Productions

August 17, 2011 |

4 Stars  ****

This piece of theatre could easily fit into the comedy or even the musical sections, because it has elements of all in the production.

Set in the G Spot gentleman’s club our five ‘entertainers’, posh girl … Read More