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Posted by Chris on 24th May 13 Posted by
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Review – Old King Cole

Oh no it isn’t, oh yes it is – another pantomime script. I have to honestly say that I have read close to 100 panto scripts over the years and I thought I had read every version of every nursery rhyme or fairy story there was. So imagine my surprise when I found something new and refreshing in this version of Old King Cole.

Posted by Chris on 17th May 13 Posted by
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Review – The Nightingales

Chris Peach reviews this script by Peter Quilter

Posted by Chris on 24th Mar 13 Posted by
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Production Review – Spider’s Web

Written by Agatha Christie
Performed by Great Hall Players – Assembly House, Norwich
Reviewed by Chris Peach

Posted by EricPellam on 10th Mar 13 Posted by
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Eric Pellam reviews Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell performed at Grove Park Theatre in Wrexham, Wales

Posted by Chris on 08th Mar 13 Posted by
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Review – Death In High Heels

Death In High Heels
By Richard Harris
Published by Samuel French
Reviewed by Chris Peach

Posted by Chris on 04th Mar 13 Posted by
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Review – The Ladykillers

Review by Chris Peach and published by Samuel French

Posted by Jane on 25th Feb 13 Posted by
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Production Review – Blithe Spirit

Performed by Bawds at the ADC Theatre, Cambridge
Reviewed by Guy Holmes

Posted by Chris on 22nd Feb 13 Posted by
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Review – The Swallowing Dark

The Swallowing Dark by Lizzie Nunnery
Published by Josef Weinberger
Reviewed by Chris Peach.

Posted by Jane on 11th Feb 13 Posted by
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Production Review – Love’s Labour’s Lost

Performed by Shakespeare at the George in Huntingdon and reviewed by Geraldine Hindley.

Posted by Jane on 08th Feb 13 Posted by
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Book Review – Movement Training for Actors

Movement Training for Actors by Jackie Snow
Published by Methuen Drama

From the publishers:

From the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art comes this essential practical guide to movement training for actors. Former Head of Movement at RADA, Jackie Snow presents and illustrates a broad range of approaches, from ‘pure movement’, to games, Grotowski, Alexander, ballet, yoga and Feldenkreis.