The Canterville Ghost – Southwark Playhouse

Directed by Olivia Jacobs Co-Directed by Toby Mitchell ★★★★ Some of us would perform forever if we could. And for others, our time on the stage is all too brief. Led by the supreme velvety smoothness of Steve Watts’ compere, the audiences of the Southwark Playhouse are in for a delightfully devious treat with Tall … Continue reading The Canterville Ghost – Southwark Playhouse

The Importance of Being Earnest…? – Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Directed by Simon Parris Written by Josh King ★★★★ Let’s be frank: The Importance of Being Earnest, despite its status as a classic, is a faint and formulaic production which many seek not to experiment with or alter outside of Oscar Wilde’s original comedic trivialisations. The tale in which protagonists maintain fictitious identities to escape the … Continue reading The Importance of Being Earnest…? – Edinburgh International Conference Centre

The Picture of Dorian Gray – Barn Theatre

Written by Henry Filloux-Bennett  Directed by Tamara Harvey ★★★★★ Influencer. Just what the hell does that even mean? A social shaman of trends, a digital messiah, or a hollow figurehead on which we cast our self-doubts and desires? By no means a new title, merely now with more lucrative advertising deals, it is (despite lampooning) … Continue reading The Picture of Dorian Gray – Barn Theatre