★★★★★ – So emotional, I couldn’t help but cry. Credit: Jack Ladenburg Last night was one of those nights where you sit there, and for the whole of the two […]
★★★ Intense, cathartic, but lacked a punch. “But I am bound upon a wheel of fire, that mine own tears do scald like moulten lead” – King Lear The story, written by […]
★★★★★ | Delicately humorous and emotionally charged.
Holy, Unholy and everything in between. Folk was heavenly humorous but had also many notes of devilish charm that tickled many funny bones in the audience.
★★★★★ | Twelfth Night If Adventure Time were to come up with an episode of Twelfth Night, what was seen last night, created by Filter theatre company, would be what […]
Young in age, but precocious in talent, the cast of fifteen actors stood proud and commanded the stage with their strong ability to project, act with a great emotional range, […]
★★★★★ The 39 Steps | This production was masterful in every aspect of theatre-craft. It encompassed staging that was bursting with creativity in every nook and cranny. Designed by Peter McKintosh, […]
★★★ Flying Solo |Running a marathon was the hot topic of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre last Friday night, in the form of Flying Solo. A one-woman show which was performed […]
★★★★★ Single Spies | Divided in to two separate plays –‘An Englishman Abroad’ and ‘A Question of Attribution’, ‘Single Spies’ conveys an era in which spying and mistrust was a […]
In 1929, the Great Depression took place when New York witnessed its Wall Street Crash, leaving 15 million Americans unemployed. ★★★★
This is a story that describes events between a couple who go through hell and back again while having disabilities. ★★★