Shrapnel – Production Lines

Written by Claire Wood Directed by Alan Patterson & Claire Wood ★★★ It hasn’t been an easy time for anyone. In particular health workers, the vulnerable and those who have tragically lost loved ones and financial security. Life, however, endeavours no matter how different it may feel. One person’s ups and downs correlate to the … Continue reading Shrapnel – Production Lines

shrapnel – Production Lines

Tickets for shrapnel are free, and can be found here Loneliness has had as significant an impact as financial and health concerns throughout the 2020 global pandemic. Hoping to demonstrate all of the various forms loneliness manifests across the COVID-19 outbreak, Production Lines is proud to showcase an online performance of shrapnel. Homegrown and created here … Continue reading shrapnel – Production Lines

The Plague Thing – The Space (online)

Written by Marcia Kelson ★★★★ Lamenting her lost time in quarantine, Enid spends her days in the pleasant company of the nurses and other care home residents but principally with herself. Lockdown has caused the isolation of so many across the globe, drawing attention to the ill effects which can potentially last longer than any … Continue reading The Plague Thing – The Space (online)

Declan – The Actors Centre

Written & Performed by Alistair Hall Directed by Alexis Gregory Theatre needn’t be bright or comforting. Often, it is one of the few forms of brutal honesty accessible, able to tackle divisive (and often dismissive) thoughts on isolation, sexuality, fear of the outside world and often with a degree of myth thrown in for good … Continue reading Declan – The Actors Centre

Mary and Max – Retrospective Review

https://youtu.be/MgRjB8PEDkM Written & Directed by Adam Elliot Australia/2009/92 Mins ★★★★★ A two-fold coming-of-age narrative ‘Mary and Max’ (2009) charters the progression of Mary’s, a young, ‘chubby’ and socially anxious Australian into a woman, friendship with Max, a middle-aged Atheistic Jew in America. Pen pals, a support system, their friendship grows as Mary seeks an escape … Continue reading Mary and Max – Retrospective Review