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Tag: alma tavern theatre

RAPSCALLION MAGAZINE – THEATRE REVIEW: Back to the future in the soiree from hell with the new middle classes of England in 1977

RAPSCALLION MAGAZINE – THEATRE REVIEW: Back to the future in the soiree from hell with the new middle classes of England in 1977

Abigail’s Party. Alma Theatre, Bristol Set in the 1970s Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party is still a play about us. Fashions transform and house prices rise, but people don’t change that much. It is the reason why the tragic comedy about the soiree from hell that gripped the nation in 1977 continues to make us feel uncomfortable with […]

By January 4, 2018 Read More →
Children’s Theatre Magazine REVIEW: Teenage sex, soggy biscuits and witty one liners in A Taste of Honey at the Alma Tavern Theatre

Children’s Theatre Magazine REVIEW: Teenage sex, soggy biscuits and witty one liners in A Taste of Honey at the Alma Tavern Theatre

A Taste of Honey. Alma Tavern Theatre, Bristol Age range: 11+ In the confined space of the Alma Tavern Theatre we enter the claustrophobic world of northern England on the cusp of the 1960s. It’s damp, dingy and depressing in the Salford flat designed by Jenny Davies with its shared bathroom and lavatory down the […]

By October 31, 2016 Read More →
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