Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Physical theatre has an amazing ability to communicate messages through the bodies of performers. Plaster Cast Theatre’s Sound Cistem explores how the bodies of performers Lizzie Morris and Ayden Brouwers, and all trans people, are made "controversial" by transphobia a...

Friday, July 19, 2019

After the sensation of The Play that Goes Wrong, one (i.e. me) would be forgiven for thinking that this farcical, meta 1982 play was an imitation. How mistaken that one would be. Michael Frayn’s very silly, very British play follows a theatre company from the dress reh...

Friday, March 15, 2019

Now that we are in something of an aftermath of the #MeToo movement, it seems like interest has ebbed a bit, but I think we can all agree the movement’s work is far from done. In dressed., a co-production between friends Lydia Higginson, Josie Dale-Jones, Olivia Norris...

Monday, October 22, 2018

Where are we? What are we? How many legs does a bunny have? All questions that we have asked ourselves at some point, and ones that epitomise the tone of Enda Walsh’s “Ballyturk”, directed by Andy Arnold. Simon Donaldson and Grant O’Rourke play two nameless men in a di...

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Contrary to my usual seasonal routine of preparing myself for summer around this time of year, Nelson is collectively donning increasingly thick jumpers and kicking piles of autumnal coloured leaves. As such, it was quite strange to enter Theatre Royal and be immersed...

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

There is a certain rhythmic, hazy quality to being awake at two in the morning. Especially when your reason for being awake at that time is due to difficulties in your life. "2 AM Phone Call", created and performed by Georgia Silk and Natalie Maria Clark, aims to recre...

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Even for a foreigner such as myself, it seems clear that the question of what it means to be a kiwi is definitely not set in stone. It is a question that Pallette Theatre are asking with "Sticky Fingers", a physical theatre piece consisting of skits running on the them...

Friday, February 23, 2018

Theatre made about and for a specific area are always a labour of love. They are made in a debt to its setting to represent it accurately and affectionately. "The Contours of Heaven", a devised piece performed by Ana Chaya Scotney and directed by Puti Lancaster, aims t...

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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