In Continuity, Gerry Moynihan explores the men’s fanaticism and the effects of their frustrated masculinity on their political beliefs.
During lockdown, Glass Half Full Theatre have produced a series of monologues that depict women from different walks of life.
“Often, when you are writing, it’s a bit like putting a message in a bottle and throwing it out to sea – you don’t know if anyone will read it or, if they do, if they will understand it.”
A middle-aged, gay Welshman contemplates the English class he teaches in Hong Kong. Amongst the students is Windy, the Chinese woman with whom he shares his bed.
This type of act would work better on the screen, however I feel like I’ve definitely seen it before. The jokes seem too similar to ‘The Catherine Tate Show’, and the concept of the piece is anything but original.
Theatre Bench’s production of Patrick Cash’s HIV Monologues is a sensitive and very modern look at attitudes to HIV, not only in the LGBT community but across society.
The Salon:Collective’s Monorogue is back again, this time with a Christmas edition. The monologue showcase is now in Santa’s workshop, where perky elf Gingersparkles is interviewing human candidates for a vacancy in the Lapland workshop.