Light

Light

In a technological netherworld, government agents struggle against rebels for control of the ‘mindspace.’ On orders from his father, Agent Petros sets out on a mission to shut down an illegal ‘disconnection clinic... 

Tim Key: Single White Slut

Tim Key: Single White Slut

For a while, it seemed like Tim Key might have lost his majestic touch. The new material seemed to be drying up, his performances were lacklustre. I even half-met him on a street corner a year or two ago and made a remark about his recycling of jokes, to which he just looked slightly helpless and apologised... 

The Capone Trilogy: Vindici

The Capone Trilogy: Vindici

In the third part of this mafia-inspired trilogy, the action returns to a dingy hotel room in Chicago. It’s 1943 and Detective Vindici (Oliver Tilney) has been holed up at the Lexington for months, plotting vengeance for the death of his wife Grace... 

The Capone Trilogy: Lucifer

The Capone Trilogy: Lucifer

Lucifer is the second instalment in The Capone Trilogy, the new set of plays from producer Jethro Compton and writer Jamie Wilkes. Following on from the sinister farce Loki, Lucifer is steeped in a subtle menace that simmers from the opening scene, where nice-guy mobster Nick (David Calvitto) teases his young, beautiful wife Marlene (Suzie Preece) in their room at the Lexington Hotel... 

Pete Johansson: Several Jokes

Pete Johansson: Several Jokes

Amidst the gimmicky sketch shows and hard-hitting monologues that populate the Fringe every August, sometimes you need to go back to basics. Sometimes all you want is for someone to stand up on stage and deliver several jokes while you sit in the audience and laugh... 

The Capone Trilogy: Loki

The Capone Trilogy: Loki

Peeling wallpaper covers the walls of a dimly lit studio in the upper reaches of C Nova on Victoria Street. An expectant audience files in to the sight of a woman asleep in bed and as the music fades the scene crackles to life as a trio of actors swoops across stage, shifting seamlessly from character to character...