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Fear in a Handful of dust @ COG ARTSpace Review

It is the 3rd of September 1916, during The Battle of Guillemont, WW1, and two men lie in wait in the trenches. They wait to be rescued or to succumb to either the Huns or the trench itself. Simon is an Englishman raised in India, and Buck, an Irishman serving in the Royal Irish Regiment.

Fear in a Handful of Dust

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Alice @ The Little Angel Theatre

“It’s the most curious thing I’ve ever seen in my life!” Poppy Burton-Morgan’s production of Alice, adapted from the much beloved book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, really was one of the more curious plays I have set out to see, but how can you possibly recreate Carroll’s amazing world without being curious yourself? The pure imagination, creativity and skill that went into piecing together this performance was worthy of Carroll himself, and had the feel as if it had all just slipped off the page and onto the stage.


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