Dark Sublime

The latest play to hit Trafalgar Studios 2 is the debut piece from Michael Dennis. Starring Marina Sirtis (of Star Trek: The Next Generation) and featuring the voice of Mark Gatiss, Dark Sublime is described as “a love-letter to British sci-fi television”, exploring the people that make it and the fandoms that spring from them. Kate […]

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Happy Idiot: “Having that fine line between the comedy and drama all the time”

Lady Chatterley’s Lover is perhaps best known for being banned for obscenity in the UK (and several other countries), until Penguin successfully managed to publish it in the early 60s. D.H. Lawrence’s novel quickly sold millions of copies, and since then it has spawned various screen, stage and radio adaptations – including Happy Idiot‘s parody […]

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“And the winner is…”

This time last week, a group of Afternooners (myself included, of course) was at the Prince of Wales Theatre in the heart of London’s Theatreland for the Miss Saigon Awards. Oops, sorry, slip of the tongue: the WhatsOnStage Awards. 😉 The show we were going to support has one of the smallest fan communities, so […]

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