It was a play about Plymouth, how could I not go? Yes they may be from Exeter, Plymouth’s natural enemy, but it was still a play worth seeing.
‘Zanna Don’t’ has been on the list of musicals I’d like to see for some time. Naturally I when I saw a flyer for a production at the Fringe, I was immediately determined to take it in while I was there. It was a good decision. The MGA Academy handle this musical very capably, and do it appropriate justice.
Speaking as an English Literature student, I’ll happily admit that I’m always a slut for Shakespeare-based comedy, never more so than when it comes the slide-splitting specialists that are Drake’s Drummers.
On the 25th, I opted to join some of my fellow Thespis Project company members in watching two separate but related performances from two sister companies. It’s a decision I’m very glad I made. As the two companies are individual entities offering individual performances, it makes sense to review them individually, though I’ll reference back and forth where appropriate: