Reviews

11
Aug 2011
Anyone expecting a clear-cut, weepy number about innocence and injustice may be surprised by Death Song. The piece does show a man on death row, whose final conversations are interspersed with a steamy back-story. However,...

» Read More
11
Aug 2011
‘Freddie Mercury trampolining’ is one memory of La Putyka. Goodness knows how my subconscious linked this glamorous, gutsy, tongue-in-cheek performance with Bohemian Rhapsody. And fingers crossed the highly professional, thirteen-strong company from the Czech Republic...

» Read More
11
Aug 2011
The River People, previous Total Theatre Award winners for Lilly through the dark, are back with their own unique brand of folk storytelling, combining puppetry and music as we follow the tale of a young...

» Read More
11
Aug 2011
There is one moment of One Man Show when Nigel Barrett mouths off about the horrific attraction of the self-obsessed actor. His face is covered in a bandage with only his wide eyes showing, whilst a...

» Read More
11
Aug 2011
‘See me,’ a sea of ordinary faces asks us. ‘See me’ – two little words packed with such meaning. So begins Nicola Gunn’s At the Sans Hotel, a fractured prism of a performance looking...

» Read More