Not that seating is perfect in many venues, but there are probably fewer things to consider. If you’re like me, however, and spend the vast majority of your time trundling around the Fringe, you’ll likely have begun to compile your own list of gripes.
Ian Dixon has written and directed Boy Stroke Girl which, after sell-out seasons in 2016, returns to Camden’s Etcetera for two weeks only later this month. He explains how it came about and the gender identity issues it explores… 2015 had been a busy year for Golden Age Theatre Company with three new plays, The Dead Shepherd, The School of Light …
Miss Julie is set on Midsummer’s Eve during a party on the estate of a rich Swedish Count whose daughter is known for behaving, not only with wild abandon, but also below her status. She finds a fascination with the older and well educated valet of the estate, Jean and the two become entangled in a dangerous infatuation that endangers both his engagement with the family cook and her own status in the house.
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