Tag "Garrick Theatre"

‘Three, One Act Plays’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Milly and Joan’ is one of the best short plays that I have seen in years.

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‘Relatively Speaking’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This not a farce but a cleverly written comedy script, beautifully presented.

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‘Touch and Go’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

the very best of the best. A must see production

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‘Prepare to Meet Thy Tomb’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

The final curtain call gave a new meaning to ‘curtains for all’ or ‘the actor died on stage’.

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‘See How They Run’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘See How They Run’ is typical British farce, written in 1949 by Philip King, who was much admired for his complex plots. Not surprisingly after almost 70 years, the dialogue of this play is showing a little age. This production

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‘Panic Stations’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Problems moving into a new home, and an old girlfriend is there.

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Dramafest 2014 Session 3 reviewed by Richard Hyde

Seems auditioning and the afterlife hold great sway over our theatrical youth… perhaps the fear of facing both is a driving motivation?

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