Posts Tagged ‘Bette Bourne’

Review – Bette Bourne and Mark Ravenhill: A Life in Three Acts, Soho Theatre

Saturday 26 September 2009

shows_aLifeSince the unexpected but most welcome song dedicated* to them in the Menier’s Forbidden Broadway, the Whingers have become impossibly grand. They’ve set their sights even higher and expect to see themselves portrayed on stage ere long.

But who would play them? Cross-gender casting wouldn’t bother them at all and Phil would be more than happy to see the wonderful Fenella Fielding tackling his sophisticated airs.

But who could possibly do justice to Andrew? Who could best encapsulate his physical attributes? Miriam Margolyes? Bonnie Langford? Jeanette Krankie? Read the rest of this entry »

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Review – Rock – Oval House Theatre

Friday 30 May 2008

Rock is a play of two halves.

It has an interval.

But that’s rather too simplistic. It’s much more profound than that. Read the rest of this entry »