Tag "Joe Isaia"

‘The Return’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This was one of KADS best plays in some time, and is sure to be put forward for theatre awards

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‘Marble’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Touches of humour, but mainly a wonderful study of the family relationship of two couples

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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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‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Seen it before? Then see it again – and love it.

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‘The Foreigner’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This is a DON’T MISS production. Hilarious from the opening minutes.

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‘Marloo Awards Night 2015’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

On Saturday 9th January at the Marloo Theatre on Greenmount Hill, the Darlington Theatre Players had one of the most hilarious and friendly award nights. Then the sumptuous supper certainly invited over-eating. Poor Ken Harris, Master of Ceremonies, on being told there

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‘Noises Off’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Noises Off’ is a hilarious farce, a play within a play, written by Tony Award winning UK playwright, Michael Frayn. Frayn wrote the play in 1982, based on what he saw from the wings whilst watching Lynn Redgrave performing one

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