Tag "George Ashforth"

‘Hold Your Breath (Count to ten)’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Hold Your Breath (Count to ten)’ is an Antifragile presentation, from talented, WA playwright Daley King. This amazing, eye-opening play is aimed at breaking the idea of ‘normality’, and the stigma of being slightly different to ‘standard’. Daley was mentored

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‘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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