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And in the End

August 8, 2004 |

The time, 10:52 pm 8 December 1980, outside the Dakota Apartments New York. Five shots ring out. John Lennon has been shot and as he struggles for life Lennon’s life flashes before him. Valentine Pelka is Lennon, he looks … Read More

Fierce: An Urban Myth

August 8, 2004 |

This new up to date musical follows the life of Finlay, a fourteen years old with a disability which makes him need tablets to feel good.  Some label him a spastic, others see him as a dreamer as for … Read More

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

August 8, 2004 |

I didn’t think I’d get a ticket for Cuckoo’s nest for love nor money, but managed to on the day. Front and centre as usual and boy was it worth it. I had already hopped to see this production … Read More

Son of the father

August 8, 2004 |

I never really thought what Joseph might feel after the death of his son. This two hander depicts the scene between Mary & Joseph, after the crucifixion and interment of Jesus. We know little of his younger days or … Read More

Willow Song

August 8, 2004 |

The Old Dominion University Theatre from Norfolk Virginia have come a long way. A long way from America and a long way from the event in 2002 which shattered the lives of everyone involved in this production  from the … Read More

Bangers and Slash

August 8, 2004 |

Bangers and Slash conceived as part of the girls A-Level work, received by such acclaim they brought it to the Fringe. Emily Houghton, Sophia Minden and Harriet Webb play three women who destroy the men in their lives. The … Read More

Finding my Mother’s Voice

August 8, 2004 |

Naava Piatka brings to the Fringe her own personal tribute to her mother, Chayela Rosental, a product of the Vilna Ghetto in Poland who suffered labour camps in Estonia and in Latvia when the ghetto was destroyed by the … Read More

On Love and Lies

August 8, 2004 |

This play is about, immigration, betrayal, love, cultural issues and much more as this young company portray the tangled life of Halil, his girlfriend Zehra, Halil’s parents and best friend Jimmy. Halil wants it all, money, cars, nice things … Read More

Square One

August 8, 2004 |

Billed as a political satire for the digital age, this dark comedy written by award winning author Steve Tesich is given an airing by Wide-Awake Theatre Company. The work is well acted and directed, Huda Bordeaux as Dianne and … Read More

Will The Real Slim Lady Please Stand Up

August 8, 2004 |

Thrown Together are a group of five actresses, Adele Cairns, Nancy Kniveton, Rosa Stourac- McCreery, Sonia Beinroth and Rachel Kirk who embarked 4 months ago to devise and create this piece of theatre daling with themes such as loss … Read More