The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk: Beautiful Storytelling

Tuesday 20th March 2018 at West Yorkshire Playhouse ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ In many ways, The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk defies description; much like the comical opening exchange points out - a scene which sees our protagonist bombarded with convoluted attempts to describe his work with words; visual art is extremely difficult to capture in this way. Based... Continue Reading →

The Nature of Forgetting: Beautiful Physical Theatre

Tuesday 6th March 2018 at West Yorkshire Playhouse. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Theatre Re’s The Nature of Forgetting explores memory through the lens of Tom, who is living with Early Onset Dementia. Conceived and directed by Guillaume Pigé and devised by the company, it’s a piece which seeks an emotional response through montages and tableaux of the life... Continue Reading →

Interview (Part II): Samuel Toye

In Part I of the interview with Samuel Toye, cast member of new company The Three Dots, we chatted about training in Italy, the universal language of mime and the company’s UK debut performance. In Part II, Samuel talks about all things theatre, including hidden talents, etiquette and onstage mishaps. MIMES (Most Imbecilic Mime Ensemble Show)... Continue Reading →

The Boy with Tape on His Face: The Comic Brilliance of a Verbal Embargo

Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds. Tuesday, 18th October, 2016. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'The Boy with Tape on His Face', or Sam Wills as his nearest and dearest likely still address him, is a whirlwind of clever, creative, comic fun. As the name suggests, he stands before his audience with his mouth taped. For most, this would mean game over,... Continue Reading →

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