SceneToSeen – Interabang!? First Anniversary

https://youtu.be/_IjbPTMD7-I Congratulations are in order for emerging Scottish theatre & film production company Interabang Productions, who will soon be celebrating their 1st anniversary. Marking the occasion in the best possible way, the team will be launching SceneToSeen – a digital series of new writing monologues and duologues created in isolation, all finished and edited to … Continue reading SceneToSeen – Interabang!? First Anniversary

Peter Pan Live! – The Show Must Go On

https://youtu.be/mhHaUtRdqHA Written by Irene Mecchi Directed by Rob Ashford & Glenn Weiss ★★ For several years now, American television network NBC has been adapting beloved musicals into televised theatrical productions. Originally designed to air in early June – The Shows Must Go On moves forward, allowing the Americans their chance to show the world their … Continue reading Peter Pan Live! – The Show Must Go On

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

Twelfth Night: Live! – Maltings Theatre

Written by William Shakespeare Directed by Adam Nichols ★★★ Suffering from a little cabin fever? Well, how about escaping aboard the SS Illyria with a G&T in hand and scandal unfolding directly from your lounge? This is precisely what The Maltings Theatre is promising with their abridged, musically interactive version of Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy Twelfth … Continue reading Twelfth Night: Live! – Maltings Theatre

The Merry Wives of Windsor – The Globe Theatre

https://youtu.be/sq7UwUtfCTY Written by William Shakespeare Directed by Elle While ★★★ The bard’s only comedy set in England The Merry Wives of Windsor serves to demonstrate the futility in revenge, jealousy, and shares in delight for sarcasm, farcical humour, and a scandal. Falstaff, the same but considerably different Falstaff of Henry IV fame now finds himself lusting for Margaret Page … Continue reading The Merry Wives of Windsor – The Globe Theatre