Archive | September, 2010

The End of the Old Theatre

Posted on 30 September 2010 by Jake Orr

As a young person with a voice within the arts, I often feel I am preaching a message that has been heard and ignored. As a young person I have a voice, an opinion, an experience and desire to engage with the arts that I want to share, but I am not alone in this. […]

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Review: Enron, Richmond Theatre

Posted on 30 September 2010 by A Younger Theatre

Velociraptors. Not something I would have expected to see in a play about the downfall of a company, but one of the many ways to bring what many call the prelude to the financial crisis to a new audience. Enron tells the story of the Texas based Energy company’s boom and following bankruptcy under CEO […]

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Review: The Big Fellah, Lyric Hammersmith

Posted on 28 September 2010 by Jake Orr

“I like being in the IRA, but if there’s one thing I’d change, it’s all the fucking killing.” We live in a post 9/11 world where every reference to terrorism and The World Trade Towers is a jolt to our system. We all saw through televisions, the Internet, and camera phones the shocking images in […]

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Review: Two, Dispense Theatre

Posted on 27 September 2010 by Sammi Woollard

Dispense Theatre give people a valid reason to enter Dirty Dicks pub, and it comes in the form of a two-handed Jim Cartwright gem. Set in a Northern pub, Two represents the working-mans struggle for fulfilment in the 1980’s.  It’s easy to see why the original run in April received such a positive response as […]

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