With its tidy ending and compact narrative, The Knowledge is satisfying enough, but capable of so much more than is ever delivered.
So stark was the story that I left the theatre wondering why I’d never heard of it before and why it wasn’t in these days of multi cultural Britain a part of the school’s syllabus.
Follies National Theatre, 8th September 2017 5 Stars Book Follies Tickets Folly is an interesting concept: it has fascinated the western mind all the way from Erasmus of Rotterdam’s philosphical contemplation, through the artificial landscaping constructions that adorn the estates of Stowe and Stourhead, Ermenonville and Versailles, to the variety entertainments of late 19th century […]
9 to 5 is best when it revels in its own high camp and allows itself to be gloriously over the top.
With its twists and revelations, The Whip Hand works as a gripping family drama, but it also cleverly explores our sense of responsibility and what drives it.
But, while politics lurks in the background, Nassim is about the things that are common to all of us beyond language and cultural differences.
Stephen MacDonald’s beautifully structured play Not About Heroes, is given a fine production by Flying Bridge Theatre at this Fringe.
This is a brave performance, especially as Sam admits that, in his industry, people – especially men – don’t tend to talk about their problems.