Archive | November, 2010

Review: My Dad’s A Birdman

Posted on 30 November 2010 by Jake Orr

You attend some children’s shows, and wait nervously as an adult expecting to only be half catered for in the work, yet My Dad’s A Birdman playing at the Young Vic is anything but solely for children. Adapted from the book of the same name by David Almond, My Dad’s A Birdman offers adult audiences […]

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Hedda Gabbler: 3D: Over-stimulated and Underwhelmed

Posted on 29 November 2010 by Becci Curtis

Back in the day, 3D went as far as a pair of cardboard comedy glasses attached to a comic or the kids’ supplement of a weekend newspaper and you still had to go cross-eyed for the full effect. I always remember it as being really awesome for an easily impressed five year old but nowadays? […]

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Review: A Night on the Tiles

Posted on 27 November 2010 by Melissa Negro

Gangsters, murder, handmade scones!  After A Night on the Tiles, I’m sure I’ll never feel the same about a game of Sunday afternoon Scrabble again. Revolving around a game of high-stakes Scrabble, played by tea-swilling gangsters of legendary skill, A Night on the Tiles is performed by five men whom the programme describes variously as […]

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Forced Entertainment: Too Forced?

Posted on 26 November 2010 by A Younger Theatre

I would say that I pride myself on ‘getting’ theatre. There’s nothing I love more than trotting along to see an experimental play with a boyfriend or family member, watching the stage get covered in ketchup and cream for an hour, then as the lights go up, turning smugly to my perplexed +1 and saying […]

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