Reviews,Theatre

Everybody’s problem: As Is at the Finborough Theatre

9 Aug , 2013  

As Is Finborough

The great American play about the AIDS epidemic might be the 1990s Angels in America, but William M. Hoffman’s *As Is*, having premiered six years before Angels, is more raw and shows the initial anger connected with the outbreak of the disease. It highlights the immediacy of a time in which a whole city seemed […]

, , , , ,

Reviews,Theatre

We’re all mad here: Alice in Wonderland at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden

9 Aug , 2013  

Alice in Wonderland

The Actor’s Church in Covent Garden is a true gem. Amidst the bustle of tourists, vendors and street performers it is an island of tranquility. Iris Theatre regularly turn the garden and the church itself into the stage for their summer outdoor performances. Their new production of Alice is cute and funny, but the story […]

, , ,

Switch to mobile version