Shakespeare. Honestly, I don’t get it. There are countless things written since, but as he is widely classed as the ‘greatest playwright who ever lived’ we are forced to study his works for years throughout school, and then as an adult if you don’t like his stuff, you have no class. Well, bollocks to that.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child So. Wow. I am not sure that this review can even being to capture the magic that is Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Magic being the operative word. There is so much to this story, play, masterpiece, that it leaves descriptions in the shadows. Coupled with the furious… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Review
At The Mountains of Madness by H.P. Lovecraft Performance by Icarus Theatre Collective If you are into fantasy fiction, then it is likely that you have heard of H.P. Lovecraft and that that his work is very highly regarded as one of the pioneers of sff/horror. As much as I love fantasy I have never… Continue reading At The Mountains of Madness: Book and Theatre Review
Dinosaur Park, a Superbolt Theatre production. I had not heard anything about this until Christmas day, when G opened our present from his parents and found two tickets inside. My mother in law had been recommended it by a work colleague. It boasted to be a Jurassic Park spoof that Spielberg himself would be impressed by.