Four monologues looking at the queer experience across forty years
Category: Tower Theatre
A sun kissed account of one of Shakespeare's most popular plays
Site specific promenade audio plays - now there's an intriguing combination
Exceptionally well produced, directed and acted show about survival and humanity with a healthy dose of animal life on display
5 years ago today this was happening …..
The stage is set
An early callmeant setting out in the rush hour and manipulating a bag full of stuff on the Tube. In the normal course of events (though not really sure what “normal” is any more) this would have meant costumes, make up, towels and a whole raft of other bits and pieces. But of course when you’re working with the RSC that’s all laid on. So the aforementioned bag was actually full of first night prezzies – more of which anon.
Our costume rail – mine on the left
First job after signing in this morning was to get into costume. I actually have a degree of choice here with alternative versions of a 1940’s working man’s garb. Thus there’s a coat, for instance, which I can wear or not as the mood takes me. Apparently few of my colleagues have opted…
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Drama students have had a rough deal recently but this group haven't let that deter them
A busy old weekend of all things dramatic
Later this month,Tower Theatre in Stoke Newington is producing all three plays of the celebrated Norman Conquests trilogy by Alan Ayckbourn. By way of celebration here's my own trilogy of blogs about why this man looms quite so large in my life (click each picture to reveal details) .... And if that has whetted your … Continue reading Triple Ayckbourn
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
Managed to squeeze a few things in between directing a play and Christmas.