Brilliantly conceived and executed adaptation in the style of a graphic novel
A heart warming and well executed production which gets at some deeper truths through the rise and fall of a popular entertainment medium
Is it theatre or is it cinema? Imitating The Dog presents a delightful concoction to create something "other"
Traditional panto in a non traditonal setting - oh, yes it is!
A interesting meld of theatre and cinema but all round its a confusing experience
Shakespeare/Star Wars mash up scores highly for ingenuity
Quite a number of things rated at four stars meant it was a pretty fulfilling month. Hard to choose a “Best of The Bunch” as there were several contenders.
Some new developments on the blog to make things more accessible
A real case of extremes this month – although there was plenty that was straight down the middle too.
A round up of my monthly cultural picks for 2019 January The Cane – play by Mark Ravenhill (Royal Court Theatre) ***** February The Only Story - novel by Julian Barnes ***** March The Show In Which Hopefully Nothing Happens – play by Jetse Batelaan (Unicorn Theatre) ***** April Happy Days - play by Samuel … Continue reading 2019 – The Best Of The Bunch collection