Tag: Sue Wallace

Posted in Bridge Theatre Lucinda Coxon Theatre Theatre review

Review: Alys, Always, Bridge Theatre

Nicholas Hytner finally directs a play by a woman but Lucinda Coxon’s adaptation of novel Alys, Always…

Posted in Alan Bennett Bridge Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: Allelujah!, Bridge Theatre

With Allelujah! at the Bridge Theatre, the return of Alan Bennett leaves me less than enthused  “Still,…

Posted in News Theatre

Round-up of news, treats and other interesting things

  I’m not one to blow my trumpet too much, honest, but it was nice to discover…

Posted in National Theatre Theatre

Review: Husbands and Sons, National Theatre

“How is a woman to have a husband when all the men belong to their mothers?” You…

Posted in Film

Film Review: I Give It A Year (2013)

“Is it possible that some people just aren’t supposed to be married” Joseph Millson having a threesome…

Posted in Not-London Royal Exchange Theatre UK

Review: Billy Liar, Royal Exchange

“You’ll need a clean shirt, they don’t have dirty necks on the BBC” Hmmm. Trekking my way…

Posted in National Theatre Theatre

Review: Emil and the Detectives, National Theatre

“No-one has time for other people’s troubles in a city” It’s a rare occasion that I get…

Posted in TV

TV Review: Housewife, 49

“What actually is mass observation?” I have no earthly idea how this passed me by first time…

Posted in Shakespeare Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Review: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Shakespeare’s Globe

“I hope, upon familiarity will grow more contempt” Hoping that the above quote doesn’t ring true, this…