Tag "Peter Clark"

‘Romeo and Juliet’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

The director aimed to communicate the play to all ages and literary knowledge – he succeeded magnificently. This production was worth the forty-six years of waiting.

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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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‘Jumpy’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

The cast worked well together and the whole show was very much enjoyed by the FULL – bursting at the seams – house.

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‘Life after George’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A play of the highest quality, superbly presented.

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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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‘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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‘The Real Thing’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

It is a tricky play that only a talented cast – like this – could achieve.

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