Interview: ‘REPLAY’ at the Fringe

  Summarise REPLAY in one sentence. The play is the confession by a lonely music teacher of her intense attachment to a student, but this confession is highly stage-managed to the extent we can never be sure of the nature of the ‘relationship’. In what ways will the experience of performing REPLAY at the Fringe be different from when you performed it in Oxford?  Oxford of course […]

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An Eventful evening

✮✮✮ A common theme of many shows at this year’s Edinburgh Festival was the difficulties of coming to terms with human acts of outrageous violence. While Yael Farber’s Nirbhaya exposed abuse of women in India and Sean McCafferty’s Quietly confronted the deep-set hostilities still remaining in Northern Ireland, the subject matter of David Greig’s new play, The Events, is the aftermath of […]

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