Arts Theatre in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... brown folk who do bad things.” He’s the President of erhmm, well, the President and he’s going to do the right thing and unleash his weapons of mass distraction on Iraqistan, or is it Pakirajasthan? And he’s going to catch the man his daddy couldn’t, Saddama bin Laden. He also promises the French to bring them democracy, but warns them not to use weapons of mass seduction . . . Panic in Downing Street, PM Blear (no typo) is more than a little worried, wild and loud discussions with all the people involved seem to lead nowhere as ... more
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by - written on 08/07/03, updated on 14/01/05 (Very useful, 139 readings)
Has the title caught your eye? It caught mine when I was browsing through Time Out last week looking for a play I could go to with my colleague. We were in London with a group of students and tried to cram as much culture into our few evenings as possible; the students went to ‘happy hours‘ in cocktail bars and discos and we to West End theatres. ‘Each to their own’ as you say. Political satire, that’s just my thing I thought, but would I understand it as a foreigner? I asked the man at the ticket counter who looked at me surprised and said, “But your English is fantastic!” Good man, I liked him on the spot! I told him ... Read the complete review
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