Monday, August 12, 2019

I will confess it now: I chose to see this show because the production photo looked interesting. Anyone who says they aren’t even little bit intrigued when they see marionettes is lying to themselves. Half A String’s “Boulder” tells the ancient Greek myth of Sisyphus u...

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Corporate humour is, for the most part, fairly safe ground. It is an area to which most people can drag up unpleasant memories about being a mouse in a wheel to relate to the jokes about them. The only risk when making a sketch show of corporate humour is to play it to...

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Nothing matters. Nothing at all. It’s a difficult thing to hear, but that is the premise of Teater V’s production. Based on the beautiful and controversial novel of the same name, this adaptation follows a group of school children in their early teens, after one of the...

Friday, June 2, 2017

How do we talk about depression? It’s a topic that has come up more and more in the media in recent years: in film, in television, and in particular social media, with scrolls of videos and pictures trying to remind people to be happy and that they are loved, written b...

Thursday, April 13, 2017

 It’s fair to say that “Silent”, as an elevator pitch, would be unlikely to attract the average man walking, or lying, on the street. The one-man show, on the topic of homelessness, featuring a three-minute introduction of a man dancing in a blanket. It at once seems...

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