Boris and Sergey’s Preposterous Improvisation Experiment. Pulse Festival, New Wolsey Theatre. 10 June 2017 4 Stars And here is a great way to close the Pulse Festival, Flabbergast Theatre presenting one hour of totally unscripted work, with no rehearsals and no preparation. This approach always makes me feel a little nervous as I enter the […]
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Golem Pulse Festival, New Wolsey Theatre 10 June 2017 4 Stars Very much thought of as the jewel in the crown of this year’s Pulse Festival, 1927’s Golem is a show that has reached legendary status sine it was first staged, and comes to the Wolsey after long national and international tours. Drawing on the […]
Nuclear Family Pulse Festival, New Wolsey Theatre. 10 June 2017 3 Stars Presented as an inquiry into the meltdown of Ashtown Nuclear Plant, this interactive piece by Sunday’s Child and Fever Dream Theatre asks the audience to step in and make decisions that will affect the outcome of the drama. Racing against the clock, and […]
Paul T Davies reviews Kiss Me at Trafalgar Studios “this small, yet powerful play, is well worth catching.” Book Now!
The Events Mercury Theatre Colchester. 6 June 2017 5 Stars BOOK TICKETS The Events is playwright David Greig’s response to the terrorist attack in Norway in 2011, when a far-right terrorist murdered sixty nine people on an island, many of them young people. Fictional in response, the play is horribly relevant, and with press night […]
Tell Me Anything New Wolsey Theatre (Pulse Festival) 2 June 2017 3 Stars Pulse Festival Information One of the unique features of the Wolsey’s Pulse Festival is the Suitcase Prize. Now in its fifth year, the day asks theatre makers to think in an environmentally and economically sustainable way, to create a piece that can […]
Outstanding writing, beautiful acting and strong direction- it feels like it shouldn’t be as simple as that to create theatrical magic. But here the company of Killology have done just that.
Paul T Davies reviews A View From The Bridge at St Martin’s Church Colchester “this is a true and gripping rendition of Miller’s play, and bodes well for future productions”