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Theatre Archives - Page 97 of 98 - One4Review


August 8, 2004 |

4Play is a new comedy drama written by Eddie Coleman and directed by Lily Ann Green. This inventive piece has more comedy twists than a comedians corkscrew and the cast of Jane Dodd and Christopher Dane are kept totally … Read More

My Ms & Me

August 8, 2004 |

I’ve always loved Jim Sweeney, whether doing improv with the comedy store, on stage or on TV as well as performing in plays with Steve Steen and  others, which he has on the fringe several times. Over the past … Read More

Sketching Lucien – The Life and work of Lucien Freud

August 8, 2004 |

Sketching Lucien – The Life and Work of Lucien Freud This is in essence a series of short sketches exploring the like and works of artist Lucian Freud with the six strong cast playing Freud, Francis Bacon and a … Read More

Unaccustomed To My Name

August 8, 2004 |

She is a young Polish -American girl fresh out of college, in the middle of a crisis of confidence and with an overbearing mother. What does Sophie do? She sits in the bathroom and ponders her life and discovers … Read More

Aliens are Scary

August 8, 2004 |

The 5065 Lift in the Pleasance Courtyard has to be one of the smallest venues on the fringe yet with 10 different shows daily it is also one of the busiest. Taking up to 12 of an audience depending … Read More


August 8, 2004 |

It seems to be the critic’s choice as to a must-see production this year and as it starred Mike McShane, a comic actor I’ve respected for years I had to follow the suggestion and see it. The creative team … Read More

No Exit

August 8, 2004 |

Act Provocateur International are staging a specially adapted one hour version of Jean-Paul Sartre’s three hour original of No Exit. What has been achieved is a play with such intensity that it really gives the feel of being trapped … Read More

Skool Rulz

August 8, 2004 |

It is the day of North Bridge High School Class of 94 reunion and it will probably be the most talked about event for years.  We are introduced to many characters through flash backs to them in ’94 as … Read More

All’s Well that Ends Well

August 8, 2004 |

This Shakespeare production is not one that I know very well, it apparently has the reputation of being a ‘problem play’.  We are accustomed to Shakespearian productions being updated and this version of ‘Alls well that ends well’ is … Read More