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Reservoir Mogs – Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

Music: Ben Osborne Designer: Madeleine Girling Director: Adam Fuller and Matthew Whittle Choreographer: Laura Street Reviewer: Julia Beasley This is the purr-fect antidote to Xmas ennui – a darkly funny feminist caper from Wardrobe Theatre Company, the creators of Muppits Die Hard, Goldilock, Stock & Three Smoking Bears and Rocky: A Horror Show. Four cool cats revisit a failed diamond ...

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Goldilock, Stock & Three Smoking Bears – Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Devised by: The Wardrobe Theatre Company Director: Adam Fuller Reviewer: Claire Hayes It may be July, but that doesn’t stop The Wardrobe theatre company from reprising its 2015 Christmas show, this time in the Factory Theatre. And why not, when this seasonally ubiquitous mash up of Guy Ritchie’s 1998 cockney gangster film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels with the ...

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Goldilock, Stock and Three Smoking Bears – Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

Devised by: The Company Director: Adam Fuller Reviewer: Chris Oldham Self-referential, stylised and undeniably slick though they may be, there's something about a Guy Ritchie film that has always been ripe for parody. In Goldilock, Stock, and Three Smoking Bears, director Adam Fuller and the four-strong cast who devised it have created a nugget of finely-tuned comic theatre using the ...

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Birth and Death and Here and Now – Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter

Adam Blake

Devisers: Adam Blake and Adam Fuller Performer: Adam Blake Reviewer: Lucy Corley             While it can’t be faulted for accuracy, the title Birth and Death and Here and Now might sound a little off-putting in its vagueness. Initially, the show itself feels a little too random and unplanned, as solo performer Adam Blake gets up ...

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Goldilock, Stock and Three Smoking Bears – The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

Goldilock played by Emma Keaveney-Roys

Devised by: The Wardrobe Theatre Company Director: Adam Fuller Reviewer: Chris White So here it is; this is Christmas. The Wardrobe Theatre has a new home in Old Market, and the company are back with their annual alternative Christmas show. This year, Goldilock, Stock and Three Smoking Bears; a cockney-riddled retelling of the classic fairy tale. The show is – ...

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Outpost, Bikeshed Theatre, Exeter

Director: Joseph Wallace Reviewer: Chris White Green Ginger brings their own strand of surreal and cartoonish puppetry to the Bikeshed Theatre this week, with their latest show Outpost. The play begins in the deadly remote “arse end of nowhere,” as the loyal and newly appointed guard, Luis, stands over the border of Escobia, protecting his homeland from foreigners –particularly the ...

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Outpost – Brewery Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Devised: Green Ginger Theatre Company with script from Mike Akers Director: Joseph Wallace Reviewer: Joan Phillips Don’t miss some remarkable puppetryat the Brewery Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatres until24 October. Designed and devised by Green Ginger Theatre Company,Outpost is the story of two guards manning either side of a bleak, remote border control. Luis, new to his job and eager to ...

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My Baby Just Cares For Me – Bierkeller Theatre, Bristol

Writer: Adam Fuller Director: Lizzie Philps Reviewer: Shane Morgan [rating:4] While Nina Simone’s song of the same name never appears in the show, her presence and the style of the song appear throughout the show. As director Lizzie Philps mentions in her programme notes, this is not an issue based show. Dementia, getting older, dealing with loved ones are subjects ...

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