Legger Simon saw the original production of Ghost in the West End back in 2012, but Legger Nathan had never had the willies put up him by it’s spooky goings on before – oo,err missus!
Were we touched by a force beyond explanation or were we left wishing we were dead? You can find out in our video review!
Second part of a Tom Stoppard double bill day!
Tom can be rather hard work as a playwright so would we cope with the potential intellectual OVERLOAD from seeing this second show?
The whole weekend also seemed to be sponsored by Patrick Marber who directed here and Don Juan in Soho (also writer). As I said before – just as well we like him!
There was a real “star is born” performance in this show. Give the video a watch to find out who.
Star casting is OUT IN FORCE in London at the moment, and what better way to guarantee “bums on seats” than to cast HARRY POTTER in your lead role?
Problem is – can he actually act? We share our opinion with you.
We had a Tom Stoppard double bill with this matinee and Travesties in the evening. It’s a good job we’re intelligent people as it was potentially enough to make your brain drip out of your ear.
More Patrick Marber after his adaptation of Hedda Gabler and before Travesties (which we saw the following day) – it’s a bloody good job we like him!
He not only wrote this show but he also directed – clearly a man of many talents.
There was no escaping the fact that a previous Dr.Who was playing the lead as the stage door was MANIC after the show – but this was a massive ensemble show, and we loved their work just as much as Mr. Tennant.
The only Tennessee Williams we really knew prior to this was A Streetcar Named Desire – which we adored at the Young Vic not too long ago.
The director of the piece, John Tiffany, is sweeping the board at the moment with his production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. No pressure then!
Legger Nathan picked up some homosexual themes in this piece, but were they there or not. We had to do some investigation to find out.
Check it out and maybe you’ll learn something too? #educationthroughtheatre
After being SO impressed with Chinglish, we were eager to find out just exactly how Andrew Keates had pulled off such a fabulous production AND in two languages.
Luckily enough, he granted us an audience (via the marvel of Skype) to ask just that!
Find out what he had to say.