The glory of this work is in the vivid life that exists in its extraordinary criss-crossing of four versions of very ordinary people. Tune into that and you will have something to remember forever. Stay with them for just a short time, and then you’ll be laughing a lot, or hanging on every astonishing word.
Author Archive | Julian Eaves
Willmott has gathered together a handsome cast of 14 mainly young professionals, admonished with a few seasoned actors, and offers us a new way of using the Union’s recently acquired space.
One of the most keenly anticipated events of this year’s gathering in the cavernous spaces beneath the tracks of Waterloo Station is this sci-fi space rock musical by the hugely original and talented Henry Carpenter. Developed through the good offices of Hannah Elsy Productions, we have seen this brilliant new creation grow from a 3-song […]
We asked our reviewers to take a look at 2016 and to nominate some stand out productions for 2016. Julian Eaves replied with the following:- The stand-out moments of 2016 for me are all new works, or at least new to the UK. ‘Can’t Stop It’, is a trans-Atlantic collaboration between two new British book […]
Suffice it to say that the whole was appreciated by the local audience, who brought with them to the theatre their loyal appreciation and good nature.
Make sure you see it! Your endorphins will thank you forever. As for Buddy Thomas, I suspect we in the UK are going to hear much more from him.
Some people attending probably only ever go to the theatre to see the Christmas panto, and this certainly doesn’t disappoint. Some attending may even by inspired to go and read up on the beautiful stories whence the title figure springs. And some will merely be grateful that this provides two and a half hours in […]
Once again, Southwark Playhouse’s in-house Christmas offering takes us into new territory for the festive season, providing another alternative to the usual panto tropes.