London Preview: 27th Jul 2017 Theatre 503  Edinburgh Dates: 2nd Aug 2017 – 28th Aug 2017  Pleasance Below – Pleasance Courtyard  3:30pm  Suitable for ages 14 and above    “We’re all going to die, Ollie” “That’s what old people do”  Alan… starts with a bang, “surprise!”, but when Alan won’t come downstairs, Daisy …

Attempts on her Life at the Hampton Hill Theatre Studio I never fail to be impressed by YAT’s choice of material and from where I’m sitting, this is their most challenging, daring and confrontational production yet.  In her production notes young director Lucy Hanneghan describes the play as theatrical “Marmite”, …

I think I had good reason to be dubious about a ‘holocaust ballet’, which is what I faced myself with this evening at Richmond Theatre. The thought of dancing Nazis and over-sentimentality filled me with unease, and a trace of dread. However, Northern Ballet surprised me; ballet, they showed, can …

It’s an ordinary Friday night in London (you can hear the revellers outside) and we are just some ordinary, theatre-loving people here in a rather ordinary black box theatre. The four-hander Ordinary Days concerns, as the title suggests, four rather ordinary characters; a young couple, an English Lit. post-grad student and …

  You would be forgiven for doing a double take upon reading the poster for the latest production from the Richmond Shakespeare Society (RSS): a premiere?  Of a Shakespeare play?  And who’s this Cardenio character?  Your eye might then be drawn to the other two authors below the play’s title, …

Wait… Did that just happen?   Follow the Faun is a dream-like experience, which transports you physically and mentally from a black box studio space, to another world in mind, body and soul… where the world spins on its head and leaves you feeling disorientated, euphoric, carefree, slightly confused, sensual, …

As I approached the Hampton Hill Theatre last night, I was steeling myself for the second major human drama of the day so far. Unlike the unpredictable conclusion of an election day, Titanic at least has a dependably disastrous ending, which offered some small comfort… I have reviewed this performance …