Tag Archives: Martin Crewes

January 16

The Fantasticks – Trying to remember, and trying to forget. (Theatre Review)

The Fantasticks 11 – 31 January The Hayes Theatre Company You can grab your tickets here. Photo credit: Marnya Rothe There are many things to love about the Helen Dallimore directed The Fantasticks currently showing at The Hayes Theatre, that oh-so-unfashionable story about two neighbouring fathers who use reverse psychology to get their children to […]

November 04

A Girl with the Sun in her Eyes – Shards of the masculine pieced together. (Theatre Review)

A Girl with the Sun in her Eyes Old Fitz Theatre 27 October to 14 November. You can grab your tickets here. Images Vanessa Wright A Girl with the Sun in her Eyes is contemporary theatre that plays out, if not examines, the failures of traditional masculinity in a contemporary context. It’s narrative centres on […]

May 08

Animal/People – Brooke Robinson and our psychic shadows. (Theatre Review)

Animal/People Rock Surfers Theatre Company 29 April – 16 May – You can grab your tickets here. Animal/People has many interesting facets to its beauty – and this is a deeply beautiful production; beautiful as a sensory pleasure that gives deep satisfaction to the mind. The best kind of beauty. The lighting, the sound, the […]