Review: A Hero of Our Time Aug23

Review: A Hero of Ou...

HUNCHtheatre C Royale – until August 27th (5 / 5) The performance itself is heroic. A Hero of Our Time is a Russian tale of an old-school player who screws over his old bestie in the game of love just because he can… and all for a girl he isn’t even that interested in. In...

Review:  Nosferatu: a Symphony of Horror Aug24

Review: Nosferatu: a...

Tess Said So St Vincent’s (Venue 197) until Aug 22th (2 / 5) Nosferatu is F.W. Murnau’s glorious piece of cinema and horror history – the likes of which, creatives would jump at the chance to bring to life with their own flare in a live re-imagining; especially in such a...

Review: ***** The Time Machine ***** Aug22

Review: ***** The Ti...

Laurence Owen and Lindsay Sharman Voodoo Rooms until Aug 27th (5 / 5) HG Wells The Time Machine was not, alas, turned into a radio play in the 1950s, but if it was it could hardly best Laurence Owen’s attempt at recreating it as such. Not only is Owen a formidable voice actor who takes...

Review: Hong Kong Three Sisters Aug10

Review: Hong Kong Th...

Baxter Theatre Centre The Space Triplex, 10-12th August 2017 (3 / 5) After a superfluous prologue, Alice Theatre Laboratory launch into this contemporary experiment drawing on source material from Chekhov’s classic The Three Sisters. The performance is a mixed bag. The Cantonese forms...

Review: En Folkefiende Aug31

Review: En Folkefien...

Squint with Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama August 29th at Pleasance Dome (3 / 5) Inspired by one of Henrik Ibsen’s best-known play of the same name, writer Brad Birch retells the tale and sets it in modern-day Norway, but the play does not quite hit the hail on the head. It...