Review of Trash Cuisine by the critically acclaimed Belarus Free Theatre which is playing now as Part of Mayfest Bristol: A unique look at torture, mortality and the bleak truth about capital punishment. Read my review in Strawberry Line Times here.
As a lass that grew up in Lincolnshire in fen country I was pretty intrigued by this one. Bleak, flat, unpretentious and unflinchingly honest, Ours was the Fen Country captures the weird and wise nature of a lifestyle and industry close to being forgotten. Read my review here.
And by the way, the top pic is the official poster for the play, the photo below is taken by me of Billinghay, Lincolnshire, where I grew up. Enjoy!
Dole dossing self titled ‘armchair revolutionary’ and poet Jonny Fluffypunk meanders his way through the difficulty of growing up and being the father he knows he should be in this performance in development for Bristol Old Vic Ferment. He’s a character you will no doubt recognise – Bristol is full of Fluffypunks! You can read my review in Strawberry Line Time here.
Byron Vincent’s hilarious and disturbing play about mental illness and the tricky business of living with it is brilliant. Read my review in Strawberry Line Times here.
Showing as part of Bristol Old Vic Ferment, it was a work in progress – I urge you to go and see the finished performance and meet Byron and his lamb chop called Allen for yourself.
On Saturday I went to watch a very interesting play about confronting death, loss and our own mortality. A work in progress staged at Bristol Old Vic the production was unique, thoughtful and I really enjoyed it. You can read my review in Strawberry Line Times Here, and I really would recommend going to see it if you get the chance.
A great way to get in the mood for Halloween! The Wardrobe Theatre present The Graveyard Slot - a really fun play by the Hecate Theatre. Read my review in Guide2Bristol here - and get over to see it if you can!
Many more Halloween related reviews to follow. You know how I love my Horror! Happy October everyone
Great Performance by a very talented company at Ashton Court for Bristol’s annual Shakespeare Festival! Click Here to Read my Review
Weird, fun and creepy – Circomedia’s first theatrical offering! Click here for Review