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Theatre 2018 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - One4Review

Maz and Bricks – Fishamble 4****

August 16, 2018 | 1

This play by Eva O’Connor is a joyful and tearful experience as we follow Maz on a mission to join a pro abortion march in Dublin following the tragic death of a young pregnant woman. On her way to join … Read More

Trojan Horse – LUNG – 5*****

August 16, 2018 |

Lung Theatre Group bring us this drama based on Operation Trojan Horse, the suspected attempt by teachers and governors to introduce an Islamist agenda in Birmingham schools. At the time, Government and press made an example of the Birmingham education … Read More

Unsung – SKaGeN/KVS 4****

August 16, 2018 |

If you like a bit of schadenfreunde, then this one man play starring Valentijn Dhaenens is just for you. Incorporating traits of past and present politicians we meet our anti hero who walks onto the stage and begins a political … Read More

Class – Abbey Theatre 5*****

August 15, 2018 |

David Horan and Iseult Golden’s play is an entertaining study of preconceptions and how wrong and destructive they can be. The play is set in a classroom where school teacher Mr McCafferty has requested a meeting with Donna and Brian, … Read More

The Approach – Landmark Production 4****

August 15, 2018 |

3 friends – Cora and sisters Anna and Deidre – meet in a café over a period of years. Each conversation harks back to innocent times, regrets and current lovers (or lack of). The dialogue meanders along with flashes of … Read More

Fallen Fruit – Two Destination Language 4****

August 15, 2018 |

Katherina Radeva’s play looks back to life in Bulgaria in the times before the fall of the Berlin Wall. In 1989, Katherina was seven years old and she paints a vivid picture of a girl who had everything that she … Read More

Courtroom Play: A Courtroom Play 5*****

August 13, 2018 |

I really enjoy Chekhov’s Bear, and this play has the same sort of feel: gently preposterous premise, characters you immediately care about, and a script that straddles the line of credulity. For the production itself, the set is relatively minimal, … Read More

Westminster Hour – Andy Paterson 4****

August 13, 2018 |

A new and very topical play by Andy Paterson at Sweet Novotel about politicians and sleaze, which does not even mention the word Brexit once!  The action takes place in the evening following the passing of a new law by … Read More

Breathing Corpses – Bats – 3***

August 13, 2018 |

An hotel maid enters a room and finds a dead body. A storage unit is giving off a strange smell. A body with a severed head is found in the park. In a Pulp Fiction-esque scenario, each scene of this … Read More

Handfast – Nutshell Theatre 3***

August 11, 2018 |

When entering the venue, the audience are asked to wear a fascinator or buttonhole as we are honoured guests at the wedding of Mona and Geoff. As well as the bride and groom we are introduced to Sarah and Mark … Read More