Theatre

Michael on Stage

Counting Sheep

***** Broadway Baby ***** Ed Fest Magazine ***** British Theatre Guide **** Toronto Star **** Time Out **** WhatsOnStage **** The Times **** The Stage.   The award-winning (Scotsman Fringe First, Amnesty International Freedom of Expression) theatrical sensation comes to…

Closer – Vienna’s English Theatre

Closer is the play that made Marber’s name as “the finest dramatist of his generation” and won him the Laurence Olivier and New York Drama Critics’ Circle Awards. It was filmed in 2004 starring Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Clive Owen…

The Fifth Column – Southwark Playhouse

Memories Prefer to listen to me instead? I will remember for the rest of my life our tune to the “Bandera Rosa!”, played at the beginning of the show. This song set the scene for a play that zipped along…

Bruises – Tabard

By Nadia Cavalle. Directed by Jean Claud -Fall It is about two best friends, whose journeys through life lead them in very different directions. It is about the struggle to forge our own identities within the confines of social expectations,…

The Dog, the Night and the Knife – The Arcola

A hot August night. M finds himself at the dead end of a dark and deserted street, where everything has decayed and time has stopped. Hurled into a nightmare world, where wolves prowl, hunger is everywhere, and nothing is quite…

A Hard Rain- Above the Stag

Kicked out of the military after a year in Vietnam, ‘Ruby’ rocks up in Greenwich Village in a rage and high heels and meets the street kid who will change his world. A Hard Rain, Jon Bradfield and Martin Hooper’s…

The Country – Camden Peoples Theatre

The Country by Martin Crimp is a darkly comedic classic that offers a window into a marriage suspended between reality and dreaming. Crimp’s contemporary dialogue shimmers with desperation, betrayal, lust, addiction, and corrosive delusion. The clashing accounts of each of…

Jekyll and Hyde – Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts & The Southwark Playhouse

Written and Directed by Jonathan Holloway. Wandering into the darkness of a Southwark back-alley, the respectable Utterson and decadent Enfield find a curious door, ajar. Enfield thinks he grasps the mystery beyond it, but to discover more, he and Utterson…

Flight – Brockley Jack

A melancholic and vivid representation of complex characters and situations. Visually and emotionally stunning, the performances were fantastic. Everything Theatre Driven by a fantastic script, edited and translated by Howard Colyer, and performed by a superb cast, this show was…