Already a writer and theatre-maker of note, Daisycampbell’s one-woman show about her father Ken confirms her as touched by inherited genius, but with her own, exceptional ability to hold an audience in the palm of her hand.
In case you were unaware (unlikely, considering it’s now made it to the BBC news website) at Tuesday evening’s performance of Titanic last week in Nottingham, a pair of women in the front row decided they needed to watch the penalty shootout in England’s World Cup knockout game instead of what was going on in front of them.
Following a successful run last November at Highgate’s Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Beth Burrows’ one-woman cabaret Sirens of the Silver Screen has transferred to west London’s Tabard Theatre, where it continues until 14 July only. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite review highlights below. Time to get booking!