Shakespeare’s Globe: tips for the £5 tickets

Spoiler alert: Geoffrey from Fresh Prince of Belair refused to take a selfie with me. No hearteyes for you, Geoffrey It’s funny how much we take our hometowns and cities for granted. When I was applying for universities at 17, I ended up settling on York because it was the furthest away from Cornwall (apparently … More Shakespeare’s Globe: tips for the £5 tickets

Lost on Trial with Howard Marks, The Sex Workers’ Opera and grime MC Prince Rapid

If any of you had known me during my raucous youth, it might surprise you that last week was the first time I’d received a court summons. Ok, you caught me red-handed [har har]; I’m not half as bad-ass as I like to /hyperbolically\ make myself sound from time to time. In fact this was … More Lost on Trial with Howard Marks, The Sex Workers’ Opera and grime MC Prince Rapid

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