Rosmersholm at the Duke of York’s Theatre | Review

When Ibsen wrote Rosmersholm in 1886, he looked to pit political and moral concerns of his day against each other – to engage in debate, on stage. He set his play in the midst of political upheaval; conservative politicians are being unseated, disrupted and challenged by radical and freethinking leftists. The question of equality, of … Read moreRosmersholm at the Duke of York’s Theatre | Review

Simon Callow in A Christmas Carol at the Arts Theatre | Review

Simon Callow - A Christmas Carol - Arts Theatre - Photo By Laura Marie Linck

A Christmas Carol at the Arts Theatre brings to life this classic Christmas story, in a very likeable and entertaining production. Narrated and acted entirely by Simon Callow, it is a warm interpretation, delivered as a good story around a fireplace on a snowy evening. There is much to enjoy here, and you leave with … Read moreSimon Callow in A Christmas Carol at the Arts Theatre | Review

Review of Chivaree’s Crash at Camden Fringe Festival

Crash

Having reviewed Chivaree’s outstanding show Becoming Shades, expectations were high for this follow up, Crash. And I wasn’t disappointed. Created by Edward Gosling and Laurane Marchive, the show is truly a ‘celebration’ – of eccentricity, of pushing physical limits, and of the ability to carry on in cheerful spirits – perfect for the current state of … Read moreReview of Chivaree’s Crash at Camden Fringe Festival