Tag Archives: Cherilyn Price

April 09

Plaything – Humour as a defense against the tragedy of being human. (Theatre review)

Plaything The Depot Theatre from 30 March to 16 April. You can grab your tickets here. Images by Katy Green Loughrey The question of humour and its role in our life exists at the heart of Simon Dodd’s Plaything. Two people, a female and a male, find themselves trapped on a stage – a limited […]

August 12

Friday – Daniela Giorgi and the tragic giggle that is politics in a democracy. (theatre review)

Politics was so much more interesting in the 1960’s and 1970’s because it was deep and complex. Communism, like a powerful opposition, offered genuine and radical solutions to the problems of the post-industrial age.  When you fought over red wine and Camembert, beer and snags or rice and beans with your neighbor, the arguments outweighed […]