Category: Theatre

THE HOUSE – Assembly – 5K

The House is the most terrific fun – 5K

FREE & PROUD – Kings Head Theatre – Assembly – 4K

Free and Proud’s concluding quandary is delicious, masterful even in its construction. 4K

GAMES By Henry Naylor – Gilded Balloon – 4.5K

Games amounts to great theatre and is not to be missed by serious theatre-goers this Edinburgh Fringe. 4.5K

GOOD MANNERS GONE BAD – JAMES MCLEAN – GILDED BALLOON – ROSE THEATRE – 4K

This is James McLean’s most accomplished work to date. 4K

THEATRE – Creditors – The Space – 4K

This is solid and enjoyable theatre requiring of full attention if the parrying of intellectual barb and sword and the resulting expositions of strength and weakness are to be fully appreciated. 4K

THEATRE – Brothers Wreck – Odeon – 4K

This is well told tale of unending torment for an underclass that seems to find taking a trick beyond them for often no fault of their own. 4K

SONGS FOR THOSE WHO’VE COME ACROSS THE SEAS – Slingsby Theatre

ADELAIDE CABARET FESTIVAL   –  Thursday 21st June 2018  Dunstan Playhouse Review by GARY CLARKE With a respectful acknowledgement of Country this talented cast of five cast off into unknown waters.   I  have seen several of the individual performers previously but never a Slingsby production featuring these  artists together.   The set was a mysterious  backdrop of  …

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CABARET FESTIVAL – TOM WAITS For No Man – 5K

While I could taste the whiskey and smell cigar smoke I detected just a hint of Brecht in the air. This is making it real. Bravo!!

THEATRE – Terrestrial – State Theatre – The Space – 3.5K

This is entertaining fare for a teenage / school audience by a talented team. 3.5K

Sense and Sensibility – The State Theatre Company – The Dunstan Playhouse – 4K

By Tom Eckert Sense and Sensibility takes the classic Austen text and ironically puts a retro spin on it. In a continued effort to bring classic texts to a modern audience in an entertaining and accessible way the State Theatre Company are successful. The text itself is treated with a sensitivity, humanism and humour that …

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