All On Her Own – MZG Theatre Productions

Written by Terence Rattigan Directed by Alastair Knights ★★★★ It isn’t all champagne and memories, as a sinister shadow lurks over Rosemary’s face, both metaphorical and literal. As the whiskey sours into the air, a toxic presence emerges as Rosemary confronts the truth about her late husband. Rosemary begins to answer for Gregory, filling in … Continue reading All On Her Own – MZG Theatre Productions

The Poltergeist – Southwark Playhouse

Written by  Philip Ridley Directed by  Wiebke Green ★★★★★ The level of dedication and pressure placed onto a “child prodigy” is a notoriously gruesome affair. And all too often this expectation snaps, and we find those of immeasurable talent searching out humble jobs with “normal” lives. Sasha is one such star who has dipped. From … Continue reading The Poltergeist – Southwark Playhouse

My Rembrandt – Review

https://youtu.be/P5STmoT4600 Directed by Oeke Hoogendijk 2019/ Netherlands/ 97 mins ★★★★★ The artworld is a savage affair where there are no friends, plenty of enemies and slim pickings with who to trust. In this cultural battleground, there are few artists as sought after, as valued and envied as Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. The renowned master of the Dutch … Continue reading My Rembrandt – Review

Birdsong – Online

https://youtu.be/CaY62OULGC4 Written by Sebastian Faulks Adapted by  Rachel Wagstaff Directed by Alistair Whatley & Charlotte Peters ★★★★★ In the bleakest moments of atrocity, even war, stories of the human ability for kindness, compassion and endurance offer lifelines. 104 years, to the day, since the Battle of the Somme, one of modern Europe’s most horrific events, … Continue reading Birdsong – Online

Nixon in China – Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/6jDurgnkqAI Opera by John Adams, Liberetto by Alice Goodman Directed by John Fulljames Gorbachev & Reegan, Putin & al Assad, Blair & Bush, Johnston & the highest bidder - throughout history, politicians have had their images emblazoned with that of another. None quite so unexpected as Richard Nixon and Mao Tse-tung, Chairman of the Communist … Continue reading Nixon in China – Festival Theatre