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Theatre Reviews: Topless

Theatre Reviews: Topless

Topless By the Ritz Necessity is the mother of invention. Unable to find a congenial Fringe venue, author Miles Tredinnick and director Martin Bailey threw caution to the wind (gusty with intermittent rain) and decided to mount their production on the top deck of an... topped Lon
30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: The Humorous Lieutenant

Theatre Reviews: The Humorous Lieutenant

The Humorous Lieutenant BAC Try as they might, the characters in John Retcher's play, which is receiving its first production in more than 200 years, apparently. cannot bring themselves to act in the way they urge others to. Virtue, honour and duty are words continually bandied a
30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: East

Theatre Reviews: East

East Vaudeville Written 25 years ago, Steven Berkoff's East remains a striking work, as much for its physical theatre aspects as for its content. The latter is extremely explicit. Back in the seventies, both the sexual episodes and the in-your-face language came as... something o
30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: The Bacchae

Theatre Reviews: The Bacchae

The Bacchae Jermyn Street Theatre The Actors Company makes an ambitious start to its thre&play residency at this venue with one of the great Greek tragedies. Euripides' last major work, it is a sort of divine revenge drama, a cautionary tale for those thinking of denying the gods
30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: School for Wives

Theatre Reviews: School for Wives

School for Wives Wimbledon Logos has an enviable reputation for brisk and refreshing interpretations of classics and the company provides another demonstration of why with a beautifully- paced version of Moliere's paranoia and deceit-laden comedy at Wimbledon Studio. Momentum nev
30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Into the West

Theatre Reviews: Into the West

Into the West Bury St Edmunds/Touring Travelling Light Theatre Company's latest production is based on the 1992 film script by Mike Newell. Director Greg Banks has adapted and greatly simplified the plot. Three actors play all the roles while an onstage duo plays an original scor
30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Flora's War

Theatre Reviews: Flora's War

Flora's War Mold This play has been seen by 6,000 primary school children since it began as part of a full day's theatre activities at Clwyd Theatr Cymru. It proved so popular that it was given four public performances. Sitting on sandbags in Studio 2, I wondered whether this wou
30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Bedside Manners

Theatre Reviews: Bedside Manners

Bedside Manners Hanging Langford/Touring Nurses shake a sheet and break into bedside song and dance while a pyjama-clad patient pompoms an accompaniment. Images of television's Singing Detective spring to mind but this is an affectionate portrayal of nursing in the thirties, devi
30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Bold Girls

Theatre Reviews: Bold Girls

Bold Girls Cumbernauld Rona Munro's brassy Belfast women are still struggling through their own troubles, unaffected by the peace process or political wranglings. And they still have a lot to say, especially to younger watchers who do not know where the bodies are buried. mis pro
30 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England