Review of Boys in the Buff – The Concert at the King’s Head Theatre
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Review of Boys in the Buff – The Concert at the King’s Head Theatre

Sit back, relax and take a moment to imagine the perfect body. How it looks in daylight, at night time, in various different sets of clothes and, of course, undressed. Now, open your eyes and compare your fantasy with your own body. Unless your name is Narcissus, the chances are there will be some differences…

Review: Joe Orton’s Loot at Park Theatre
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Review: Joe Orton’s Loot at Park Theatre

How does a play stand the test of time? Shakespeare, as we know, still works on most levels when performed today. But, what about a more recent piece of writing from, say the 1960s? Would a modern sophisticated theatre audience still appreciate the show without it being ‘updated’? Well, now you can find out by…

King Kong is a ‘superb and highly entertaining’ production

King Kong is a ‘superb and highly entertaining’ production

The great ape has fascinated the world for years. From his first appearance on film in 1933 – complete with Fay Wray’s screaming – through to the Dino De Laurentiis version which substituted the World Trade Centre for the Empire State Building, and the subsequent versions, the primate resident of Skull Island has held a…

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The Masque of The Red Death and The Fall of The House of Usher

Edgar Allan Poe is one of those writers that everyone has heard of but not everyone has read. My first encounter with his works as reading “The Tell-Tale Heart” back when I was a child. The nightmares I suffered after reading it, meant I have steered away from Edgar and his works since then. However,…