A bawdy tale of inter-species intrigue in the farmyard.
The listing describes this as A One-Man Comedic Film-Noir Parody.
A Fistful of Snow is a wacky but delightful comedy, written and performed by one man, Danny Alder.
This was not my evening.
A collection of six 10-minute plays all presented in an hour.
The rear wall of this theatre is a bare brick chimney-breast, a gift for the tone of this piece spare and austere, suggesting a war-torn country perfectly.
What a box of delights! Jaw-dropping acrobatics, superb DJ-ing, stunning beat-boxing, intricate drumming, and enthusiastic, up-tempo presentation and compering.
This company have come all the way from Canada with their production, and Im glad they did.
The basement of this old house contains the servants quarters, which are in the process of restoration as a heritage centre.
The Silents interweaves three intimate stories of personal transformation: a dedicated researcher gives it all up to climb mountains, a trapped housewife finds her little piece of …
Oedipus is doomed by twists of fate (and the Greek propensity to believe prophesy) to kill his Father and marry his Mother, but then to discover the truth and suffer the consequenc…
1966, Copenhagen, The Eurovision Song Contest.
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