WHAT A MONTH. Hello, blog reader. As many of you will know, this month I started at the […]
The audience at Shoreditch Town Hall were in stitches and I’m pretty certain this is the funniest Shakespearean show you’ll see anytime soon.
I leave the auditorium feeling undecided about all of the characters. Who I like, who I dislike, why. I think in the end that’s what is really interesting about this magnificent magnifying glass onto fractious family life, that no character is good or right or easy to understand.
I’ll hesitate to say that, in the first moments of Sleepless, I misjudged the capability of the enthralling company and the mysteries they have to tell us.
I have conducted with great diligence, sincerity and scientific reason extensive research into a series of formulae for correct theatre marketing copy. This might also be considered a guide to How to Write Theatre Marketing Copy.
We are transposed, in spoken word at least, to an urban jungle where each animal from the original story becomes a unique form of dance or movement.
Pixie Lott glitters as socialite Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. And she makes the part more brazenly modern than the sophisticated glamour that Audrey Hepburn had in the 1961 film.
There were humorous one liners and the beginning was very touching but Turf spun too far away into the ridiculous to be particularly entertaining.
The Soul of Wittgenstein, by Ron Elisha, is a sensitive and clever two-hander set during the Second World War. A patient and his hospital attendant develop a deep relationship based on learning facts and discovering life.
Snap to the future with tips from Culture Geek, a conference on digital transformation in the arts. Rebekah Ellerby looks into the future of digital marketing for theatre on a budget.