Tag Archives: GEOFF SIRMAI

July 04

The Diary of Anne frank – Sam Thomas and the choice of love over fear. (Theatre Review)

The Diary of Anne Frank New Theatre 9 June – 11 July You can grab your tickets here. In her notes to this production of The Diary of Anne Frank currently playing at The New Theatre in Newtown, Sam Thomas writes: “Sadly, the play’s underlying themes of discrimination, intolerance and the scapegoating of minorities are […]

November 15

Apples and Pears – Sean O‚ÄôRiordan and the soul of friendship. (Theatre Review)

Rhyming slang is said to have originated in the 1840’s in London’s east end, possibly as a deliberate rouse for criminals to converse without fear of detection by the law. It’s an obscuree form of communication, noun based, that has come to represent its location more than its era, and retained its value for all […]