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Writing a little more every day.

Infinity Pool

Infinity Pool by Bea Roberts is a subtly heart breaking piece that explores love, and the various emotions connected to it; happiness, attraction, lust, passion, obsession, rejection, shame. All with modest, and seemingly unintentional comedy. Roberts presents the life of … Continue reading

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Pink Mist

Pink Mist is full of raw emotion, yet is an inherently real tale about the effects of war on people; as individuals, and as people in relationships and society. The play, written by Owen Sheers, follows the story of three … Continue reading

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What Happens to Hope at the End of the Evening

What happens to Hope at the End of the Evening explores a friendship between two middle-aged men, and how society treats those who don’t conform. The two friends; Tim and Andy have grown apart. One has followed a more ‘accepted’ … Continue reading

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Mass by Amy Mason

Amy Mason created her own religion, and tonight I attended her Mass. Not some weird kind of cult, but something based loosely on her ideals of religion from growing up in a catholic family, and it was beautiful yet so … Continue reading

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Black Box at Kelvin Players Studio

Black Box is five quite¬†different plays, gathered together in one night of performance, a new venture by The Kelvin Players of Gloucester Road, Bristol. It is a space for learning, exploration, and experimentation. Ghosts of Bedlam by Arthur Aldrich, set … Continue reading

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Ferment Fortnight January 2015

Ferment fortnight January 2015, at Bristol Old Vic Theatre , showed just as much diversity and talent as always. This time I only managed to catch 2 shows; Little Waves written by Theo Scholefield and Hotel Limbo by Tin Shed … Continue reading

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Enemy

Enemy, directed by Denis Villeneuve,¬†is an intense film that explores identity, the relationship we have with ourselves, and mental health. With sepia toned hazy urban landscapes and a haunting, cello heavy, soundtrack. This is the sort of film that plays … Continue reading

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