Mates blogger: Shane Morgan


Shane Morgan is one of over 45 theatre bloggers who are part of the MyTheatreMates collective. This page features recent posts from Shane's own website. Take a look at our full list of theatre bloggers and our aggregated feed of all our Mates' posts. We’re always looking for new theatre bloggers. Could that be you? Learn about how to join us.
Shane Morgan
Shane Morgan is a writer, director, producer and facilitator. He trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and completed an MA at Chichester University. He is Director of RoughHouse Theatre and Associate Director of the Rondo Theatre, Bath. His writing work includes stage adaptations of the Nick Hornby short story NippleJesus and the Daniel Wallace novel Mr Sebastian and the Negro Magician under the title Henry Walker and the Wheel of Death. As director, his credits include The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Hands Up For Jonny Wilkinson’s Right Boot and When The Eye Has Gone. In addition to his personal blog, Shane reviews theatre and comedy for Bristol 24/7 and is a regular contributor on BBC Radio Bristol. He tweets at MrShaneMorgan.
Shane Morgan on Twitter


The latest from Shane's site


Heading Font Weights and List View Toggles Arrive in Block Editor and WordPress 5.8 27th July 2021
The Second Annual, Official WordPress.com Growth Summit is Coming and You Won’t Want to Miss It 26th July 2021
Make Your Best Photos Shine 22nd July 2021
WordPress.com Managed Hosting Webinar with Rudy Faile, Automattic Systems 20th July 2021
Popular Podcast App Pocket Casts Joins Automattic 16th July 2021
6 Ways WordPress.com Courses Help You Grow 15th July 2021
Build a Blogging Habit with Reminders in Your WordPress App 13th July 2021
P2 Puts Easy, Flexible Project Tracking Tools In Your Hands 22nd June 2021
Built-in Duotone Image Filter, Editor Navigation via Persistent List View, and Other Block Editor Improvements 18th June 2021
WordPress.com Welcomes the Award-Winning Atavist Magazine to the Platform 16th June 2021
Let’s Celebrate Pride by Supporting Nonprofits 15th June 2021
Day One, the Journaling App, Joins Automattic 14th June 2021
WordPress.com is the Fastest WordPress Host in Review Signal’s 2021 Test 8th June 2021
The Best of Both Worlds: WordPress.com Managed Hosting 24th May 2021
One-click Portfolio Designs, Instant PDF Embeds, and More Improvements to the Block Editor 17th May 2021
Introducing a new design for the WordPress apps 19th April 2021
What’s New in the Block Editor: New Page Layout Picker, Better Block Transformation Options, and More 15th April 2021
Introducing Milestone Notifications 14th April 2021
WordPress.com Design Update for a More Intuitive Experience 30th March 2021
Publish and Update WordPress Posts Directly From Ulysses 24th March 2021
Introducing new Stats widgets for iPhone 22nd March 2021
What’s New in the Block Editor: Edit Your Images, Drag and Drop Blocks and Patterns, and More 15th March 2021
Introducing WordPress Stories: A New Way to Engage Your Audience 8th March 2021
Turn Your WordPress.com Blog into a Podcast with Anchor 22nd February 2021
Build a Beautiful Site in the WordPress Mobile Apps with Predesigned Page Layouts 11th February 2021
Showcase Your Figma Designs on WordPress P2 9th February 2021
Building Single-Page Websites on WordPress.com 25th January 2021
New Theme: Twenty Twenty One 14th January 2021
Let Our Experts Build Your Dream Website 4th January 2021
2020: These are a few of my favourite things…Theatre 22nd December 2020
2020: These are a few of my favourite things…Music 21st December 2020
Review: The Poltergeist (Southwark Playhouse) 25th November 2020
Review: Adventures with the Painted People (Pitlochry Festival Theatre, BBC Radio 3) 8th June 2020
Review: Coriolanus (Donmar Warehouse via National Theatre at Home) 8th June 2020
Review: This House by James Graham (National Theatre at Home) 8th June 2020
Burn Bright: Better in Person 26th May 2020
Theatre in the Time of Covid 13th May 2020
Review: I and You (Hampstead Theatre, London via Instagram) 25th March 2020
Review: Rendezvous With Marlene (St. George's, Bristol) 5th February 2020
Interview: Ute Lemper 24th January 2020
Review: The Political History of Smack and Crack (Bristol Old Vic) 24th January 2020
2019: These are a few of my favourite things… 18th December 2019
Review: Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) (Bristol Old Vic) 17th September 2019
Review: The Son (Duke of York Theatre, London) 3rd September 2019
Review: Le Navet Bete’s The Three Musketeers (Bristol Old Vic) 28th August 2019
Review: Sweet Like Chocolate Boy (Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol) 5th July 2019
Review: The Hunt (Almeida Theatre, London) 30th June 2019
Review: dressed. (Tobacco Factory Theatres) 23rd May 2019
Review: Black, Listed by Jeffrey Boakye 19th May 2019
Review: Barber Shop Chronicles (Bristol Old Vic) 8th May 2019
Review: The Cane (Royal Court Theatre, London) 22nd January 2019
In Praise of Theatre in 2018 19th December 2018
Review: Chasing Bono (Soho Theatre) 14th December 2018
Review: Cuckoo (Soho Theatre, London) 20th November 2018
Review: Touching The Void (Bristol Old Vic) 19th September 2018
Review: Henry V (Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol) 19th September 2018
Review: The Jungle (Playhouse Theatre, London) 26th August 2018

More from Shane

See the latest theatre blogs by Shane on MyTheatreMates

Click here