Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Window

The Bristol Old Vic Fermenters have done it again. A quietly magnificent piece of theatre. The Window, a one woman play written by Silva Semerciyan, was performed by Charlotte Melia.  The action centres around Melia’s character moving from a market … Continue reading

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All My Sons

The Kelvin Players are a non-professional troupe of actors and dramatists, who operate in a very professional way. This was my first experience of seeing their work and I was excited for the opportunity to see All My Sons by … Continue reading

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Small Stories

Small Stories is an almost monthly Bristol occurence, where writers can share work, and listeners can enjoy said work. Tonight was chapter 6, and was the first month I have managed to catch.  I had been recommended this as a … Continue reading

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