Archive for the 'Theatre' Category

Cambridge Shakespeare Festival 2013

Friday, August 2nd, 2013

The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is back again and as I’ve never actually managed to make it to any performances before I was keen as mustard to make sure I made it this year. Consequently Andres and I have just spent an immensely pleasant evening at Robinson College watching The Two Gentlemen of Verona performed in […]

The Last Yankee

Saturday, January 19th, 2013

Last night of the The Last Yankee at the The Corpus Playroom tonight. A short but perfectly formed play that focuses on our ideas of what constitutes success and failure. Set in a New York mental health facility, the play explores the relationships of two couples, the stresses and strains of long-term commitment and the […]

Your words: other objects

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

In the dark of the Judith E Wilson Drama Studio tens of tiny balloons, with minute funeral hearses attached as baskets, float silently above your heads. The room is also completely black except for a single bulb. That is how

Watching Analogue: 2401 Objects at The Junction

Friday, March 16th, 2012

So Lucy was all like ‘we’ve known each other for a while now’ and I was all like ‘yeah’ and she was all like ‘shall we go to the theatre’ and I was all like ‘no way’. But then I went anyway. I mean when you’ve known someone a while the least you can do […]