Tag Archives: Ainslie McGlynn

June 25

Trevor – a timely alternative to deterministic narratives. (Theatre Review)

Trevor Outhouse theatre with bAKEHOUSE June 14 – July 6. You can grab your tickets here. images: Clare Hawley Since the discovery of the social complexity of primate societies other than Homo sapiens, a general argument has taken hold that reduces, or fights the reduction of, the human being as if it were necessary to […]

March 29

A Moment on The Lips – Mad March Hare reveal how well fish do without bicycles. (Theatre review)

A Moment on the Lips Mad March Hare Theatre Company¬† March 27 to April 12 – grab your tickets here.¬† Photo credits to Katy Green Loughrey It’s the bromide feminism anticipates. A young man goes to see Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls, is filled with the fear of the great vagina that very brilliant play evokes, […]