Tag "George Ashforth"

‘Laika’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Scott deserves every scrap of his success

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‘Frankenstein: Some Assembly Required’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This play was fresh, innovative and succeeded on so many levels.

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‘Crave’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Crave’ is a one-act play, the fourth by British playwright Sarah Kane who died 17 years ago. This rhythmical and compassionate play premiered 1998 Edinburgh, under the writer’s pseudonym of ‘Marie Kelvedon’ – chosen after the village of Kelvedon Hatch

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‘CITY…..’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

… magnificent from start to finish; beautifully structured with plenty of very different, but instantly recognisable characters and true-to-life situations.

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