How does one successfully fill the shoes of a ’90s cinematic sex symbol? The answer: Don’t.
Rob Auton is a York born comedian who breaks the mould for stand up.
Originally a play written by a classic figure in the world of existentialist literature, Marguerite Duras, La Musica can now be seen in this contemporary, 21st century incarnation thanks to Jeff James at London’s Young Vic theatre.
Underneath a railway arch in Vauxhall, nestled between garages and gyms fronted with corrugated iron doors, sits the Above The Stag theatre.
Flap ‘Em On The Gate is an hour long piece of pure and silly character comedy at its finest.
An hour of mime can seem daunting at first – but Tatterdemalion keeps you stuck, through his wit and charm – you become glued to every action, and sensitive to every movement and sound.
Candid Magazine caught up with Garrett Millerick at Edinburgh Fringe, to see his latest show A Selection of Things I’ve Said to Taxi Drivers.
Humour can be found in the darkest of places – laughter can help provide solace during times of grief, and being able to find something funny about having testicular cancer is probably a very good way to deal with the suffering associated.
Last week saw the return of independent Northern theatre company troublehouse, with their third production – Chris O’Connell’s RAW.
It’s not unusual that LGBT rights are the main topic of literature, films or even theatre however the recent release of Fanny and Stella: The Shocking True Story presents us with something rather new – LGBT rights in the Victorian era.