Told as a series of memories and flashbacks and featuring live performances of some of Dolly Parton’s greatest hits, The Poetry We Make explores love, loss and what gender actually counts for.
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Danny (Gareth O’Connor) gets in to fights and drinks beer in dingy American bars. He’s quick to anger, but lacks punch in his simmering delivery. The first half of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea continues in much the same vain, devoid of intrigue or drive. John Patrick Shanley’s script clearly has something to say, hidden truths that are on the verge of exploding out. But Courtney Larkin’s production doesn’t set up the premise with enough mystery to keep the audience wondering what is coming next.
Inspired by bus journeys, bumpy flights and the current news, There’s No Place Like marks the US debut of international company Althea Theatre.
In her surreal new play about grief, parenting and alternative meat, Sarah Kosar asks how far we can be pushed by love and obligation.
After a critically acclaimed run at Theatre N16, Danny And The Deep Blue Sea comes to The Old Red Lion.