Tag Archives: David Woodland

November 16

Asylum – A built house closed off to the other, to others. (Theatre review)

Asylum Brave New Word Theatre Company 15 November – 25 November You can grab your tickets here. Images: David Hooley When Craig (David Woodland) interviews Hajir (Eli Saad) to ascertain his asylum status, he adheres to a series of stick rules that are carefully developed value judgements already stuck in the norms of platonic truth. […]

February 18

Year of the Family – Embrace the darkness of familial love. (Theatre Review)

Year of the Family Tooth and Sinew at the Kings Cross Theatre from 10 – 20 February You can grab your tickets here 1994 was declared by the United Nations General Assembly to be The International Year of The Family. As if Freud had planned it himself, the declaration posed immediate threats to liberal sensibilities: […]

June 20

Being Norwegian – Brevity salutes those of questionable origins. (Theatre Review)

Being Norwegian Brevity theatre Company at The Old Fitz theatre 9-21 June. You can grab your tickets here.  David Greig has made a name for himself by being a prolific theatre writer from whom the themes of (anti)nationality, displacement and globalisation have emerged almost by accident. He has become a purveyor of modern themes as […]

March 24

When the Rain Stops falling – New Theatre and the exquisite tragedy. (Theatre Review)

  When The Rain Stops Falling New Theatre 17 March to 18 April You can grab your tickets here Image credits Bob Seary In When The Rain Stops Falling, Andrew Bovell crafts such interesting characters, that he can give them relatively obtuse things to say in a theatrical structure that works against its own narrative […]

March 17

Heaven Help Us – Keith Bosler offers up a guilty little pleasure. (Theatre review)

Heaven Help Us Gherkin Global Bordello Theatre – Grab Tickets here. Keith Bosler, playwright, performer and all round funny guy, takes advantage of a thematically familiar plot to playfully wise-crack in Heaven Help Us, which at its heart is nothing more than a fun night at the theatre unapologetically staged in a time when artsy […]