Reviews

‘The Last Days of Judas Iscariot’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This is a must see, but don’t go after a tiring day, if you give this play’s lengthy script and its fully charged cast the complete and constant attention they deserve, time will fly and you will be amply rewarded.

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‘Storm Boy’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This is theatre at its most enchanting – total magic. At a sensible price, don’t miss it.

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‘Broken Colour’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A stunning, gripping play wonderfully produced.

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‘Don’t just lie there, say something’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This was one of the hardest farces to stage, but it worked very well and the audience loved it.

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‘Colder than Here’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

The younger member of the audience seemed to laugh more and enjoy the play more than the older members – perhaps we have been to too many funerals over the years.

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‘The Guys’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A special, emotional and unusual play for those who enjoy quality. It deserves to be seen.

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‘Shrine’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This play has its harrowing moments, but it is a thoroughly enjoyable as it reminds us of our own children and their secret lives – the lives that parents know exist, but shudder to think about. Tim Winton at his VERY best, backed by a stunning cast.

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‘God of Carnage’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A great script, very well presented. All parents have been in similar situations; however, here it was extremely funny. A quality production in the award winning league.

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‘Sorority House of the Dead’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Fangs for the memory. A little silly, definitely tongue-in-cheek, but great fun. May your season flow well.

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