English Touring Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company – A Mad World My Masters

Something didn’t quite sit right about A Mad World My Masters at the Hall for Cornwall. With English Touring Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company at the helm, there was a feeling that this would be a night to remember. I suppose, in a way, it was. There was much to admire about this production, … More English Touring Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company – A Mad World My Masters

Rabbit Theatre – Dracula

A one-man Dracula could have been a recipe for disaster, but this is no ordinary one man. Fresh from their scintillating solo Great Expectations, Rabbit Theatre and Dave Mynne have returned with more masterful storytelling, in a captivating show. Mynne’s performance is excellent: truly absorbing, and seamlessly flitting between his expertly crafted characters. It would be … More Rabbit Theatre – Dracula

The People’s String Foundation Trio

A dimly lit auditorium, the stage scattered with instruments, and a palpable buzz in the assembled crowd. Everything was set for the People’s String Foundation Trio at The Poly, a pared down incarnation of the occasionally 24-strong People’s String Foundation, featuring Zaid Al-Rikabi on guitars, Chris Jones somehow making a double bass look small, and … More The People’s String Foundation Trio