Writing down what I think about theatre I've seen in That London, whether I've been asked to or not.
Friday, 15 May 2020
Stage-to-screen review: Macbeth (Shakespeare's Globe / Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank)
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Labels: Aidan Cheng, Amanda Wright, Cressida Brown, Dickon Tyrrell, Ekow Quartey, Elly Condron, Georgia Lowe, Jack Wilkinson, Macbeth, Mara Allen, Molly Logan, Samuel Oatley, stage to screen, William Shakespeare
Tuesday, 12 May 2020
Stage-to-screen review: Grounded
the UK premiere of George Brant's monologue, and I knew there was no chance I could realistically watch another version without comparing it to Lucy Ellinson's extraordinary performance. Even another five years down the line it's hard to feel entirely unbiased towards Paula Garfield's production, despite it inevitably having its own identity because it makes the one-woman show a two-hander, or perhaps two one-woman shows happening concurrently: As part of Deafinitely's aim to produce shows that can be enjoyed together by D/deaf and hearing audiences, Nadia Nadarajah performs The Pilot's lines in BSL, while Charmaine Wombwell provides the English language version.
Saturday, 9 May 2020
Radio review: Blithe Spirit
Sunday, 3 May 2020
Stage-to-screen review: Great Apes
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