Little Wars

Made in collaboration with The Union Theatre, Ginger Quiff Media have put together a rehearsed reading of Steven Carl McCasland’s play Little Wars, which will raise much-needed funds for Women For Refugee Women. Having previously been workshopped Off-Off-Broadway, this is the play’s digital première. It revolves around an imaginary all-female dinner party, set at the […]

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Viper Squad

  CtrlAltRepeat are back! Following on from their hugely successful Sherlock Holmes mystery (Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Symmetric Mailshot), the team have devised a brand new piece of interactive Zoom theatre (based on an original story from James Dillon) which takes participants back to 1988 – the hair is big, cocktail umbrellas […]

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The Show Must Go Online: Twelfth Night

From Elsinore to Illyria, as this week The Show Must Go Online takes on my favourite Shakespeare play: Twelfth Night! After the tragedy of Hamlet last time, a madcap comedy was definitely in order. Rather neatly, I’ve so far seen 12 different productions of the play; it isn’t just because it’s my favourite, it’s an incredibly popular play […]

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Olivier Awards 2020

Whilst I have enjoyed my break from almost full-time theatregoing over the past few months, one of the cancelled events I was really gutted to miss out on was the Olivier Awards. You may remember that I was part of the dynamic duo covering the 2019 ceremony for BWW (and had previously gone solo for […]

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Macbeth (Big Telly Theatre)

We are now well and truly in spooky season and, if plenty of Doctor Who stories are to be believed, there is nowhere spookier than in the darkness of your own home… This works in Big Telly Theatre’s favour, then, as they continue their foray into online theatre during this continued period of uncertainty; their latest production […]

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#MindTheBard 2020: round-up

And you thought a challenge week sans the theatre wouldn’t happen… It’s not the same, obviously, but I did at least have two live shows and one new to make it feel a bit more like the real thing. If you were keeping an eye on my diary updates and Insta stories you’ll already have […]

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