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A Clockwork Orange

Anthony Burgess’ novel A Clockwork Orange was controversial to say the least when it was published in 1962, with an equally controversial film adaptation from Stanley Kubrick following nine years…

Sean Kelly’s Chat Show

Don’t bother going away and searching who Sean Kelly is – there are lots of famous Sean Kellys, ranging from musicians to poker players. This particular Sean Kelly doesn’t even…

An Evening With the Voices in Annie’s Head

When there is a play about anxiety, stress and emotion, how do a group like No Door Theatre represent these in a way that is engaging and unique? Simple: introduce…

Performers

Here’s what was expected from Performers, as a black comedy co-written by Irvine Welsh and Dean Cavanagh: intrigue, glamour, and two sharp-witted gangsters with greater ambitions than testosterone-fuelled one-upmanship. Alas,…

Sweeney Todd: the Demon Barber of Fleet Street

A barber driven on bloody revenge, a woman’s dangerous obsession and the putrid figure of authority who is responsible. Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd is practically a perfect operatic tale, full…

The Delights of Dogs and the Problems of People

There are many dog lovers out there, so the first thing that must be said to stop tongues wagging in vain is that there are no dogs in this show.…

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

It is an inescapable fact, which movie buffs must accept, that one of the all-time landmarks of horror movies and cinema in general was in fact a borderline rip-off of…

Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters

While the world sadly lost Terry Pratchett more than two years ago now, the world that he created was not lost, continuing to inspire and intrigue to this day. Duck…