Tag Archives: The Genesian Theatre

November 25

What Santa Does Other Days of the Year – The Genesian make us laugh like kids. (Theatre Review)

What Santa Does Other Days of the Year 23 November to 8 Dacember. The Gensian Theatre. You can grab your tickets here.  The annual pantomime is a staple of every long-lived theatre. They are smaller affairs today than the original Augustus Harris concoctions from London’s Drury theatre started in 1879, but they still contain a […]

June 07

The Importance of Being Earnest – What goes around comes around. (Theatre Review)

  The Importance of Being Earnest The Genesian Theatre 26 May – 30 June. You can grab your tickets here. “Not that I agree with everything I have said in this essay. There is much with which I entirely disagree. The essay simply represents an artistic standpoint, and in aesthetic criticism, attitude is everything. For […]

September 05

Figaro – Vive la révolution! (Theatre Review)

Figaro Genesian Theatre Company The Genesian Theatre, 2 September – 14 October. You can grab your tickets at the Gensian here. Or through Tickets Tonight here.  Images: Tom Massey In the program to Figaro, a note penned by director Shane Bates argues the case for a 2017 revival of Figaro since in the last two […]

January 18

The Winslow Boy – Witty words at the Genesian. (Theatre Review)

The Winslow Boy 17 January to 14 February at The Genesian Theatre You can grab your tickets here. Photography credits Mark Banks Life for lawyers is changing. One of the great unintentional by-products of mass communication on the internet is the redistribution of power via a demystification of elitism. Vocations such as lawyers and merchant […]