[Review:] COMEDY OF ERRORS, The Cockpit, London.

King's Shakespeare Company brings a charming and modern revival of William Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors to the stage of The Cockpit in London. A true delight to watch. Ignoring plot, I will start with characterisation. This play held a range of characterisation and performing abilities, but a problem arose here when finding an acting style.... Continue Reading →


[Review:] CREEPYPASTA: THE STORY OF OSCAR, The Hen & Chickens Theatre Bar, London.

Unfortunately, I will start this review as it will end. I liked little of this performance. It had hardly any volume, depth or tone. I will start with set. On entering the auditorium, we are greeted with two red chairs and a black stage. This changes with every scene, but only minutely, the chairs being... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Content!

A new page will soon be added to The Theatre Reviewer's site: Practitioners. On this page, new entries will detail the basis of the works of established, renowned and influential theatre practitioners. These will be published on a monthly basis and will serve as a reference point for theatrical movements, critical dramatic theories and creative/political... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑