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Archive | April, 2011

State of Play: Location, Location, Location

Posted on 28 April 2011 by Pippa Howie

After a jam-packed bank holiday weekend of park and pub I have escaped to my parent’s farm in Northumberland for some R & R (yes I am one of those who got 11 days off for the price of three). The four hour train journey gave me ample producing work time and after the welcome […]

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Review: Chekhov In Hell

Posted on 27 April 2011 by Jake Orr

What would happen if playwright Anton Chekhov miraculously found himself waking up some hundred years in the future, into a world that is about as far removed from his own as a Russian doctor/playwright could fathom? A bizarre situation, but one that Dan Rebellato, in his latest play Chekhov In Hell, seeks to uncover with […]

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Review: Coram Boy

Posted on 27 April 2011 by Alice Weleminsky-Smith

  Coram Boy is, at its core,an intensely brutal piece. Although it is adapted from a children’s novel, it isn’t light-hearted: scenes of murdered babies, child abuse and a teenager giving birth make for very uncomfortable viewing. There are certainly times where you wonder whether all the horror is necessary. Tthe play treads a fine […]

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Review: On the Concept of the Face, Regarding the Son of God

Posted on 26 April 2011 by Jake Orr

In Romeo Castellucci’s latest theatre piece, On the Concept of the Face, Regarding the son of God, as part of the Spill Festival 2011, there is sense of care and devotion in the sixty-minute action between a father and son. The father, a frail figure, has the inability to contain the contents of his bowels […]

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