Tag Archives: Secret House Theatre Company

December 11

The Seagull – Actors transcend writers by the embodiment of text. (Theatre Review)

The Seagull The Depot Theatre with Secret House Theatre Company From 6 – 16 December. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Bob Seary The aesthetic stage, by its very nature, is severed by the ethical problem of concrete existence – self choice. The stage is for Chekhov an artificial actuality or shadow existence. Theatre […]

October 03

The Winter’s Tale – Sean O’Riordan and the often missed joy of Shakespere. (Theatre review)

The Winter’s Tale Secret House Productions at The Depot Theatre. 278 Septyember to 7 October. You can grab your tickets here.  Images: Liam O’Keefe A key phrase in The Winter’s Tale emerges when Leontes states “All’s true that is mistrusted.” This then forms the basis of themes for The Winter’s Tale, written at a time […]

October 15

Cymbeline -Marriage/Fidelity/War. (Theatre Review)

Cymbeline Secret House Theatre Company The Depot Theatre 5-15 October (At the time of publishing this review, the production run is over. You can read more about it here.) The issue of female fidelity rides high in Cymbeline, exemplified in the actions of Imogen and Cymbeline’s unnamed Queen. Fallen out of favour these days, with […]