Not all the characters are listed in the (online) programme for Fanny & Stella, so be prepared for a few surprises in a show that begins with light-hearted banter of a most British nature, to the point that I was occasionally reminded of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan. Frederick William Park (Kane Verrall), better […]
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It is, perhaps, a well-worn cliché that an enjoyable concert was over all too quickly, but this really was 105 minutes without interval that felt more like twenty-five. Liz Callaway’s career to date has been varied to say the least – including a production of Merrily We Roll Along that had more previews than post-press […]
Given that the gestation period of some musicals can be measured in years, Collisions is something of a miracle. At half an hour long, it’s briefer even than most shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Nonetheless, the Sydney-based City Theatre have put together a musical with a coherent storyline and numbers that advance the narrative, […]
A series of six short plays make up Scene To Seen – watching them all in a row is a little like attending one of those ‘scratch nights’ or evenings of works in progress. Except the production values here are very high quality, and go far beyond what has become, if I may use the […]
As theatre has moved online, there have been some valiant attempts to make use of technology in order to bring productions to an audience, starved of live shows. The latest in these events is The House That Slipped presented by Teatro Vivo. Prior to the show, I received a quiz, or questionnaire to complete, Show […]