The publicity describes this production as a dark comedy about the dark ages! That about sums it up nicely, with the emphasis on comedy. Michael Hollinger has written a play about moral dilemmas - we all face them - the concept of doing the right thing for the wrong reason.
The lilt of Oscar Wilde’s elegant language, meticulously chosen to delight, provoke and entertain, helps to confect a figgy pudding of fun crammed with bons mots, epigrams and wicked satire.
Six mature women from the Women’s Institute in the North of England have all experienced loss and so raise money for a settee in a nearby cancer ward.
'Sex Cells' follows the office lives of four women who work in a sex toy call centre. The story follows their lives as they search for love, family and meaning.
British play 'Sex Cells' is soon to have its Australian Premiere, when Adelaide’s Galleon Theatre Group presents it at the Domain Theatre, Marion Cultural Centre.
In 2007, young dramaturg Ben Power, was commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company, to develop a 'Romeo and Juliet' for older actors.
Set in modern times 'A Tender Thing' portrays an ageing Romeo and Juliet in a tender, often funny, and ultimately poignant story of love.
Edwin Kemp Atrill has assembled a good cast and created a clear and approachable production.