Category Archives: Theatre

Sometimes You Have To Be A Little Bit Naughty

It’s been another one of those fortnights here at FW. We’ve all had many ideas for many things, but interestingly not one of us had an idea for a GUST. Something that is very odd, because we all adore writing … Continue reading

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Look in the Bins: Mojo

Wanderers, we’ve talked before about how awesome theatre is and so it will probably come as no great surprise to you that I went to take in a show the other day. What might surprise you is that I walked … Continue reading

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To Camelot!

There are some musicals out there, dear Wanderers, that are just meant to be downright silly and make you laugh and have a fun few hours. The one that I’m looking at is … exactly one of those musicals, and … Continue reading

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False to My Nature: Coriolanus

Warning: We consider this play old enough to allow for ‘spoiling’ the ending, so if you don’t want to see these spoilers we advise you to stop reading now. Would you have me, False to my nature? Rather say I … Continue reading

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Let Your Freak Flag Fly: Shrek the Musical

Fairy tales are great. I say this as someone who has read them all their lives, and still enjoys reading retellings of them to this very day, and will likely continue to enjoy them for many years to come. I … Continue reading

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Let’s Do the Time Warp Again: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Oh Wanderers, where do I start? Until recently, I’d never seen The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and now I can’t get it out of my head. This low-budget cult classic concerns the misadventures of Brad Majors (Barry Bostwick) and his … Continue reading

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Just Because We Don’t Know: Sea Wall

Wanderers, it’s hard to put on a show with only one actor. The writing has to be tight, there needs to be a clear vision, and the actor in question has to be astounding. Please bear this in mind as … Continue reading

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Not Just a Title: We Will Rock You

As you may have gathered from some previous postings which I have writ [I’m not failing to edit these, this is just how Z talks -Ed.], your friendly neighbourhood Z has rather varying tastes when it comes to the fandoms … Continue reading

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How Do You Measure A Year?

“Five hundred, twenty-five thousand, six hundred minutes Five hundred, twenty-five thousand journeys to plan, Five hundred, twenty- five thousand, six hundred minutes How do you measure the life of a woman or a man?” Based on the opera, La Boheme, … Continue reading

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Take a Stroll Through a Deep Dark Wood…

“Silly old Fox! Doesn’t he know, There’s no such thing as a gruffalo?” Anyone who’s so much as walked past a bookshop in the company of a child is probably aware that The Gruffalo is a book by Julia Donaldson, … Continue reading

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