Two sisters have to deal with the effects of their toxic childhood in new drama Poisoned Polluted. Find out more about the hit production with this behind the scenes trailer, then act fast to book tickets for the final performances.
A tale of two sisters and a bond forged through childhood adversity, Poisoned Polluted has drawn acclaim and plaudits during the first weeks of its run at the Old Red Lion Theatre. Take a look at production images then book your tickets for the show’s final weeks.
Kathryn O’Reilly’s second play Poisoned Polluted focuses on the fragmenting relationship between two women – in this case, sisters.
Written by Paul Westwood and directed by Clemmie Reynolds, Skin In The Game is a family drama with a difference.
Mark Wilson’s two-hander You is constantly shifting with Kathryn O’Reilly and Stephen Myatt-Meadows slipping from one character to another, circling each other, sometimes with love, sometimes with hate, more often than not with both.
You is a beautiful story of love, loss, family and what family is defined as. It’s truly an emotional play that doesn’t shy away from the truth. I personally would love to see an extended version.
Arms and the Man was written by George Bernard Shaw, and was first performed at the Avenue Theatre in the West End in 1894. It received mixed reviews from the press, however extra matinees were given due to popular demand by audiences.
Sometimes we want to hold on to things, people, the past and sometimes things run their course and you have to move on, sometimes you have to get out of situations because if you don’t you’ll be stuck forever and sometimes we just can’t get out of situations. There’s a brilliant quote “people come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime”.
Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.
Kathryn O’Reilly’s debut play Screwed admirably endows women with stereotypically laddish behaviours, but there’s an uncomfortably judgemental tone taken on the lack of goodness within these women.
New play about the friendship between two young binge-drinking women is full of vigour, but lacks drama.