Posts Tagged ‘theatre’

On Friday 18th March, greenroom played host to a double bill of two wildly different but exciting pieces of theatre. Trace Theatre’s Once Upon a Something was all heart. It genuinely made me laugh out loud during most of it. I’ve seen funny shows before but Trace Theatre displayed a sense of comic timing and […]


Sex Idiot

06Mar11

I was lucky enough to see Sex Idiot at Contact Theater on Friday. I want to write at length about the performance but I won’t. It’s something you just have to see. Sex Idiot is written and performed by Bryony Kimmings. It’s a one woman show that constructs its narrative from the author’s sexual history […]


I headed down to greenroom on the evening of 3rd February for an excellent social event aimed at connecting local emerging artists with other artists and to highlight the opportunities available at greenroom to create and present work. I hooked up with the rest of Larkin’ About, and chatted to people about the events we’ve […]


Playspace took place on Sat 4th December 2010 at Contact from 11:30 to well into the night. It was billed as a day to create, play and visit virtual worlds and I have to say that even such an ambitious statement fell short of capturing the creative energy that unleashed itself upon us on the […]