Tag: Play

Arts, Venue

Wuthering Heights at Maddermarket Theatre

Wuthering Heights at Maddermarket Theatre was bold, imaginative and creative.  The reworking focussed on the first part of Emily Bronte’s famous novel and established a fantastic and deeply intense story and connection between Heathcliff and Cathy.  One really successful element of the play was the wardrobe and costume and the set design. The designs were…

Arts, Venue

Wasp, Maddermarket Theatre

Wasp is one of the bravest and most incredible plays I have seen in a long time. The play told the story of how the friends and family of one of the characters, Peter King, processed the effects of his suicide. It focussed strongly on mental health and the process of grief and guilt. These…


Review: Romeo and Juliet at Norwich Theatre Royal

Matthew Bourne’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is a genius and creative reimagining of a much-loved story. The storytelling is simply fantastic, and the dances and choreography could not be more perfect.  Straying slightly from a typical Romeo and Juliet plot, Bourne sets this story in ‘Verona Institute’ a psychiatric hospital where Juliet (Cordelia Braithwaite) is imprisoned….


Review: Lights! Planets! People! at the Norwich Arts Centre

Intergalactic missions, high-tech rockets and a failed power point: writer and director Molly Naylor cleverly captures the complexities of modern space science through the lens of Maggie, an astronomer living with bipolar disorder. Emotionally moving and intellectually stimulating, this multimedia one-woman show had a unique angle on two very topical issues, and sensitively explored how…

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September 2021
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