Tag: King’s Head Theatre

Review: Outlaws To In-Laws

Review: Outlaws To In-Laws

It’s a refreshing angle to chart the change in gay social progression over the last seven decades. From the 1950s, where homosexuality was a criminal offence, to the present day, where gay marriage has been legalised, Outlaws To In-Laws highlights the many highs and lows of the last 70 years in the queer agenda. But it doesn’t hang together as a single piece – Mary Franklin directs seven separate vignettes that tackle certain issues important at the time with mixed success. As a concept, Outlaws To In-Laws is strong; as a set of narratives however, it is left wanting.

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Festival 47 Spotlight: God’s Waiting Room

Festival 47 Spotlight: God’s Waiting Room

To find out more about Festival 47 and the spotlights, please see the introductory article.


Finally in our Spotlight feature is God’s Waiting Room, which plays Festival 47 on 22 July 2017 at 18:30. I caught up with writer and actor Karen Bartholomew:

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Festival 47 Spotlight: Face The Camera And Smile

Festival 47 Spotlight: Face The Camera And Smile

To find out more about Festival 47 and the spotlights, please see the introductory article.


Next up in our Spotlight feature is Face The Camera And Smile, which plays Festival 47 from 18 July 2017 at 21:30. I caught up with director Ursula Campbell:

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Festival 47 Spotlight: Lead Suspect

Festival 47 Spotlight: Lead Suspect

To find out more about Festival 47 and the spotlights, please see the introductory article.


Next up in our Spotlight feature is Lead Suspect, which plays Festival 47 from 17 July 2017 at 21:30. I caught up with writer and director Stephanie Withers:

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