Much of the information disseminated in Frozen is in the form of a university lecture given by Agnetha (Nina Sosanya). This had a tinge of irony: university academics have, at the time of writing, just commenced industrial action in a dispute over pensions, leading to cancelled lectures and … [Read more...]
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At some time, everyone has played that game where you state which famous people from history you would invite to a dinner party. It’s a fascinating pastime and can lead to some very interesting debates on the relative merits of various guests. One person who probably wouldn’t make many people’s … [Read more...]
It takes an incredibly bold person to use the inscription over the German concentration camps (‘Arbeit Macht Frei' in the original German) as the name of their play. And the team behind Work Makes You Free are bold. Taking many of the issues surrounding us today both politically and as a society, … [Read more...]
Tess (Rebecca Tebbett) is a sort of Angry Young Person. I say ‘sort of’, as her fury is not indiscriminate, and her temper is largely controlled. But she does have some principles, which even the prospect of spending fifteen years in a prison overseas won’t shake. The ending is ambiguous enough not … [Read more...]
One of these days an actual Colombian might stand before an audience in a single performer show and talk about something other than cocaine. Miguel Hernando Torres Umba plays himself, or at least a character with the same name. He actually is originally from Colombia, though is quick to point out … [Read more...]