Monthly Archives: February 2011

Throats at #70 The Pleasance

Are you a fan of Beckett? So is Gerald Thomas. Watching Throats is an odd experience to say the least. It’s an oddly adept production of a terrible play. It’s hard to give anything in the way of background or synopsis, … Continue reading

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Kaspar at Arch 6, Burrell Street

Written for Whatsonstage.com Peter Handke, an Austrian post-modern playwright, wrote Kaspar in 1968. Presented by Aya Theatre company in a disused railway arch in Southwark, this short play is largely performed by one actor, Ryan Kiggell, who takes the title … Continue reading

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