#tweeting it: 5***** An emotional, poignant and, in parts, funny portrayal of the struggles of people with autism. This production is astonishing The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, adapted for stage by Simon Stephens from Mark Haddon’s … Continue reading
#Tweetingit – 5***** Naked men cavorting around the stage thrusting and gyrating + filthy jokes – alright then! This is the fourth time around for this Briefs show – although you would never know it. The boys bring back their … Continue reading
The Ovalhouse has been a part of the London theatre scene for over 50 years, and is patronised by people such as Pierce Brosnan. But with shows like Sister being being performed here, it doesn’t need the famous names to … Continue reading
A stone’s throw from Turnham Green tube is the charming Tabard pub, with William Morris inspired interior and a cozy fairy-lit garden, providing a lovely spot for a gin and tonic, and to see two seasoned performers offer an emotionally … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to get a few minutes with Gingerline’s creators to ask how they go about what they do. Im also even more lucky to be able to say that tonight I am off to a taster … Continue reading
The play begins with a Matt Smith voiceover to a single actress, Natasha, in a beam of light. We are told that she will be reading a monologue for the final scene of a film. In the rare moments when … Continue reading
#Tweetingit – 1* Not at all representative of the shows usually linked to London Wonderground – a thin script and gimmicky theatrical devices left this reviewer in the dark. The lights come up, the clapping carries on longer than … Continue reading
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#Tweetingit – 3*** Man in a bath contemplating his navel, self-deluded and fighting his inner demons? An interesting and occasionally gripping monologue. Pub theatres can offer something close to an ideal night out, beer and a burger downstairs and slice … Continue reading
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#Tweetingit – 5***** A dream begins on the production line at Fords in Detroit. $800 loan creates a musical dynasty and soundtrack to our lives. Motown is the word! At the Motown 25 TV Special, Marvin Gaye described what the … Continue reading