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

La bohème – The Royal Opera House

https://youtu.be/tu5CBJrEwnE Music: Giacomo Puccini Libretto: Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica Director: Richard Jones ★★★ A painter, a scholar, a musician, and a poet convene in their ramshackle abode – late on rent, low on funds, but bountiful in spirit(s). Giacomo Puccini’s La bohème is one of the artform’s most regularly performed pieces, and a staple of Italian … Continue reading La bohème – The Royal Opera House

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

Rambert – Festival Theatre

Artistic Director: Benoit Swan Pouffer A dancer’s ability stretches beyond the confines of simple movement, as storytellers, a superbly talented dancer is also a crafter of narrative. At times, the lack of a voice has drawbacks, but Rambert (in particular) excels in the extraordinary, the delicate marriage of movement and tale. A trio of performances, which couldn’t … Continue reading Rambert – Festival Theatre