Blue Tights is funny, with well-observed comments, but its greatest strength is its emotional honesty and its overall message regarding how much latitude we give other people to affect how we feel and how kind we are (or not) to ourselves.
Are morals dropped at the first sign of trouble and civilised people will ‘devour’ each other? Written by Cordelia Lynn and directed by James Macdonald, One For Sorrow examines this hypothesis up close.
Asides from the obvious overtures to dancing, Stepping Out could be said to describe the momentary release from day-to-day worries that the women find. If life isn’t about moments like these, what’s it all for?
After a successful production last year with Arthur Miller’s Incident At Vichy, director Phil Willmott returns with another one of Miller’s plays – this time one of his lesser-known works. Paradoxically, it is of more possible interest than the rest of his canon…