AfterParty – Space Triplex

Written by Rachel O’Regan Directed by Hannah McEachern ★★★★ When all is said and done there’s only one constant throughout life – chaos. Whether it’s in childhood, adulthood, or at its sharpest just after leaving school, and one final hurrah is on the cards for these five young women before they take their conformed place … Continue reading AfterParty – Space Triplex

Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey – Review

https://youtu.be/IM2qhrjktTQ Written & Directed by Terry Sanders ★★★ There’s an erroneous statement that life was easier in the past, just as much as it’s wrong to claim life is easier now. California in the sixties was far from the golden state some outside of America perceived it to be, with worries of war, austerity, and … Continue reading Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey – Review

Stray Dolls – Review

https://youtu.be/IR-Ao4LOBtM Directed by Sonejuhi Sinha Written by Sonejuhi Sinha & Charlotte Rabate One little crime, that’s all it takes. Someone may commit this out of greed or coercion, perhaps you just want to experience that thrill, or maybe you do it to survive in a cruel, unbalanced society. Sonejuhi Sinha’s directorial feature debut, ‘Stray Dolls’ (2019) … Continue reading Stray Dolls – Review

Mickey and the Bear – Review

https://youtu.be/e2p9bCvDryM Wirrten & Directed by Annabelle Attanasio The prospect of forging one’s path at the cost of leaving others behind is certainly far from an original narrative for the coming-of-age drama. For first-time writer & director Annabelle Attanasio however, what she achieves with Mickey and the Bear is a heart-wrenching, visceral piece on the pursuit of personal … Continue reading Mickey and the Bear – Review

SIX – Festival Theatre

Written by Toby Marlow & Lucy Moss Directed by Lucy Moss & Jamie Armitage History is widely written by men; no wonder we didn't pay attention in school. Unless you have had the misfortune of a beheading or being pushed into a nunnery by your gout-suffering brut of a husband, Six is the concert musical sensation which … Continue reading SIX – Festival Theatre