“We were having a laugh, weren’t we…” Lakeside Arts and The Nottingham New Theatre brings a chilling production of DNA… Read more Promo: DNA play directed by Giles Croft at Lakeside Nottingham
This production of Lysistrata by Aristophanes, translated by Alan Sommerstein, and directed by Martin Berry totally rocks! Staged by Lakeside… Read more Review: Lysistrata. Nottingham New Theatre at Lakeside Arts.
How do you get an actor’s character to fall off a cliff on stage? How do you get ten little… Read more Review: And Then There Were None. Nottingham New Theatre.
The pleasure for this reviewer in attending the often fine productions by Nottingham New Theatre is that; one’s appreciation for… Read more Review: Constellations. Nottingham New Theatre.
Shopping and F***ing sprung to ‘in-yer-face’ life at the Royal Court Upstairs in 1996 at a time when the world… Read more Review: Shopping and F***ing at Nottingham New Theatre
As well being the passionate founder and reviewer/writer for this website I also write for a quarterly amateur theatre magazine… Read more Supporting East Midlands amateur theatre through Sardines Magazine.
Directed by Martin Berry, Lakeside Arts and Nottingham New Theatre throw themselves headlong into the telling of Steven Berkoff’s Oedipus… Read more Review: Oedipus at Lakeside Arts. Nottingham University.
Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be hanged in Britain in 1955. She pleaded not guilty and offered no… Read more Review: The Thrill of Love. Nottingham New Theatre.
Here is what one of the student attendees had to say about a Theatre Writing/Reviewing talk I gave to students at… Read more Successful Theatre Writing talk at Nottingham University.
Building up tension through music as the theatre audience enter and the lights dim is often a good thing. However,… Read more Review: Bull at Nottingham New Theatre