Tag Archives: Courtyard Theatre

Looking for Pasolini @ the Courtyard Theatre Review

The new theatre company from Cambridge – Ars in Fieri – presents: Looking for Pasolini at the Courtyard Theatre. This new play, written by Atticus Osborn and Ludovico Nolfi, who also directs it, aims to divulge and celebrate the work of the Italian writer, poet and film director Pasolini.

Looking for Pasolini

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The Misbegotten Hope of The Dirty Bird @ The Courtyard Theatre Review

Riot Act presents at the Courtyard Theatre a new version of The Seagull under the name The Misbegotten Hope of The Dirty Bird. It sounds bold, philosophical and avant-garde but actually there are few surprises and worthwhile changes to the original play.


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Thèrese Raquin @ The Courtyard Theatre Review

Emile Zola’s novel Thèrese Raquin, adapted into a play, is playing at the Courtyard Theatre as part of the New Writing Festival. There is not much that is new about it though. Being that the story is familiar, one would think that the genre of writing or the staging would be fairly modern and fresh, but it fails to bring the element of surprise onto the stage.

Therese Raquin

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