Author: Aidan Johnson

Review: Watson Go to Hell!

Fear and fun. Fun and fear. Two simple emotions that are very effectively played upon by Watson’s show Go To Hell. Although not what...

Review: Greg Fleet’s We Are Idiots

Greg Fleet – a rough and raw comedian whose style is somewhere between drunken ramblings, English actor, and “Aussie bloke” – sure knowns how to...

Review: Summerfolk

A poignant play for such a troubled era. Summerfolk, written by Maxim Gorky (as a tribute to Anton Chekov) and performed by Burning House...

Outside: The Cloud – Week 1

Adventures are always fun – especially those adventures which allow you to think critically and explore your own city in ways that you hadn’t...

Review: Rogue One

If Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens was Disney paying its respect to the previous Star Wars films of the 20th Century, then...

Review: After Hours Cabaret Club

Whether you have never seen a burlesque cabaret show, or whether you are a veteran, the After Hours Cabaret Club, located at Bennetts Lane,...

Review(s): La La Land

Somehow, 1950’s and ‘60’s musicals have decided to return to the modern era (all of the ridiculous dancing of that time, with none of...