Kray Kray is another terrific feather in the cap of the enterprising Theatre N16 and not to be missed.
Shit-Faced Shakespeare, with the essence of the rustic fringe festival at its heart, is a welcoming night of inebriated indecency which unshackles you from reality.
It was fitting that at the end that Oona the elephant took her own curtain call; it was exactly right for a production that takes that imaginative part of our minds and directs it so powerfully to explore ecological issues that none of us should be ignoring.
If you can get a ticket for the remaining shows, do. If not, she’ll be at the Wyndham’s as ‘Lady Day’ in May. Perfect.
In her illuminating new book, Brutus and Other Heroines, she takes us through the processes and thinking that led to Lloyd’s ground-breaking all-female versions of Julius Caesar and Henry IV.
There is little drama, and no dramatic stakes are raised, and for that reason it may struggle to be remembered in the lexicon of gay drama. However, that is also the strength of the play, its beautiful performances and its self reflection.
A Bronx Tale Original Broadway Cast Recording Ghostlight Records 4 Stars Buy A Copy A Bronx Tale is a new Broadway musical with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Glenn Slater. Based on the one man show and later film of the same name that was devised by Chazz Palminteri. It’s great to see […]
Go for the music, and you’ll have a ball.