Murder In The Cathedral by T.S. Eliot at Southwark Cathedral | Review

Death has a hundred hands. And walks by a thousand ways. “Suicide by Cop” is a twenty-first century concept drip-fed to us through the news and tv and film so its interesting to discover, here in T.S. Eliot’s poetic masterpiece, that we have Martyrdom by Knight. Becket knew he was going to die, he wanted … Read moreMurder In The Cathedral by T.S. Eliot at Southwark Cathedral | Review

Queen of the Mist at Charing Cross Theatre – Review

Queen of the Mist Trudi Camilleri and company Photo by Stephen Russell

You climb Everest because it’s there. You trek to the South Pole to pit yourself against the daunting challenge of nature. And you wedge yourself into a barrel and allow yourself to be swept over Niagara Falls because… well I’m not really sure. It’s brave – probably; it’s daring – indubitably; it’s heroic – arguably; … Read moreQueen of the Mist at Charing Cross Theatre – Review

The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists | Tara Arts Theatre

Neil Gore in the Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

Ever been taken for a ride? I mean a ride in a rickety old brake (carriage), with a set of wonderful eclectic characters, down gentle English country lanes, in a lost-forever time (early last century) with bosses and workers and artists and would-be politicians and a works outing (beano) with a once-a-year pub crawl? Sounds … Read moreThe Ragged Trousered Philanthropists | Tara Arts Theatre