It’s an ambitious project – about an ambitious project. Soviet Zion has been around for quite a while, having already been presented in semi-staged concert form at the now-defunct Lost Theatre in 2014. With audio descriptions provided by narrator Toni Green, this concept album might as well have been a radio musical. Set roughly between […]
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There’s a dark kind of humour that permeates proceedings in this brief show, which effectively becomes drama about drama. Sally (Dame Harriet Walter) meets Frankie (Mandy Colleran) in a Zoom meeting. Both think they have been cast as Emily, the lead character in a play about a wheelchair user. Not much else about Emily is […]
I’m not sure whether it’s a good or a bad thing that I’m getting used to the ‘digital show stop’ – in some ways, it’s worse than an in-person ‘show stop’ as there are more distractions at home. Still, the unpredictability of live performance is what it is. It’s still extraordinary how The Seth Concert […]
A lot happens in Public Domain, which explores the digital world. First night ‘technical difficulties’ were, I’m reasonably certain, met with a mixture of stoicism and irony from the audience (and indeed from the cast). I must admit I thought the show had ended abruptly, like the final episode of the American television series The […]
I must admit I’d always thought of Wayne Brady as a television guy – and there’s no doubting his long list of small-screen credits, including as one of the hosts of the CBS television game show Let’s Make A Deal and as a regular performer on the US version of Whose Line Is It Anyway? […]