Emily Watton’s latest fiery piece of fiction, very strong and cutting with explicit language used
I did not expect the scale of the sound and the complexity of the images to be as they were.
The group successfully covered aspects of all 37 plays whilst continuing to convince the audience that their comical performance was entirely improvised through the use of multi-roling as themselves as performers.
They move around the stage underneath the actors, but the lives of Chekhov’s characters simply spin in the wind’s eddies and then return to the ground, settling.
Much like the coffee itself, the flavour of this basement establishment changes with every slight turn of the head.
Alex Ridley uncovers the terrifying truth about the Christmas story Fenwicks are really depicting in their windows this season through his satire of their narrative
Written by Jonathan Hastings
Sally Mu shares the delight and artistic accomplishment of her native language.
Jack Marley previews ‘Speak Now’ showing at Quilliam Brothers’ Tea House, Friday 27th November 2015