The show is narrated by a theatre director who is reflecting on his school days in 1970’s Edinburgh.
It’s 1944 and the Red Cross have finally been permitted to visit Terezín, an internment camp for artistic Jews in Czechoslovakia.
With five minutes or so of light-hearted banter at the top the show, Simon Caine successfully had the audience not only relaxed, but ripe with anticipation.
With The Onion of Bigotry, A History of Hatred Black Dingo
Productions and the Kielty Brothers have created an engaging and largely
enjoyable piece of theatre.
The African Sahara, a wrecked plane, a stranded pilot and a vastness of
For those familiar with the actual Julie Birchill, literary wunderkind and hedonistic hellraiser, the content of Tim Fountain and Mike Bradwell’s play will contain few surprises …
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