Author: Til Knowles

Review: ___day Night’s Dream

A bearded man in a dressing gown and bare feet approaches you on the street corner. He asks if you dreamed last night. So...

Review: Who We Were

Cast your mind back to the late nineties and early two thousands, when you were probably still in school and making chatterboxes. That mind-casting...

Review: Breathing Corpses

Arriving at Candyland Arts Space feels much the same as arriving at Jim’s storage space, one imagines. There is a cold industrial feel, both...

Review: The Writer

When a show is titled The Writer, it’s setting itself up to be judged on the quality of its writing. Frankly, there’s no gentle...

Review: Wit

Dr. Vivian Bearing is dying of ovarian cancer. A professor of literature specialising in the Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Bearing (played by Jane...

Review: Captain Fantastic

Captain Fantastic is a lighthearted story of family, values, and independence. Or at least, it wants to be. It’s success varies wildly from scene...

Review: the Apocalypse Bear Trilogy

“Here is the part where we tell you what the play is about”, reads the description of the Periscope Productions production of Lally Katz’s...

Festival of Fully Baked Ideas

What’s better than half baked? Fully baked of course! Off the back of January’s hugely successful Festival of Half Baked Ideas, Howler (in collaboration...