Home / Tag Archives: Charlie Clements

Tag Archives: Charlie Clements

The House on Cold Hill – Richmond Theatre, London

Writer: Peter James Adaptor: Shaun McKenna Director: Ian Talbot Reviewer: Alex Ramon Stage adaptations of the best-selling crime novels of Peter James have proved quite successful in the last few years, in touring productions with casts made up of popular, TV-familiar actors. Directed by Ian Talbot and written by James's regular adapter Shaun McKenna, The House on Cold Hill continues that ...

Read More »

The House on Cold Hill – Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Writer: Shaun McKenna from the book by Peter James Director: Ian Talbot Reviewer: Selwyn Knight Ollie needs a new challenge. He’s sold his advertising agency for megabucks and set himself up as a web designer – albeit one who can’t set up his own wifi. He and solicitor wife Caro have used the proceeds to buy Cold Hill House, an ...

Read More »

The House on Cold Hill – Theatre Royal, Nottingham

Writer: Shaun McKenna from the book by Peter James Director: Ian Talbot Reviewer: James Garrington Moving house is said to be one of the most stressful things that you can do. Some moves, though, can be more stressful than others, as Ollie Harcourt and his family find out. They have bought the house of their dreams – and from being ...

Read More »

Faith – Courtyard Theatre, London

Writer: Meredith Oakes Director: Drew Baker Reviewer: Jonathan Grant [rating:3] It is 30 years since Britain went to war with Argentina to defend the Falklands. Meredith Oakes’ play, originally performed some 15 years after that conflict, takes this South Atlantic setting as the background to her argument, though in essence has written a piece of theatre that probably resonates with ...

Read More »