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Video: This Sunday's theatre question is about playwrights

Theatres may be closed but we can still talk and reminisce so this week's theatre question is about your favourite playwright.

Leave your thoughts in the comments.

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During this period of social distancing, there is still plenty of theatre available to watch online and I've compiled a list of some of what is available.

I'll update the list periodically as new stuff is announced and you can find it here and I'll also be posting about announcements - and reviewing streamed productions I haven't previously seen.

So these are easy to find, I've created a 'streaming' category.

In the meantime, if you've missed a Sunday theatre question, here's a few I've already posted:

The question about unexpected audience experiences.

The question about directors.

The question about which theatre production you'd revive?

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Video: This Sunday's theatre question is about how you are getting your theatre fix

What a difference a week makes, now that theatres are closed what are you doing to get your fix?

Let me know in the comments and apologies for the missing subtitles in the middle of the video, the Clips app had a moment.

If you are looking for inspiration then I've started compiling a list of theatre-related things you can do during this period of social distancing.

I'll update the list as new stuff is announced and you can find it here and I'll also be posting regularly about announcements - and reviewing streamed productions I haven't previously seen.

So these are easy to find, I've created a 'streaming' category.

In the meantime, if you've missed a Sunday theatre question, here's a few I've already posted:

The question about unexpected audience experiences.

The question about directors.

The question about which theatre production you'd revive?

If you want to see more of my videos, including my 60-second reviews, follow my YouTube channel, like my Facebook page or follow me on Instagram, whichever is your favourite platform 🤓.

 


Video: This Sunday's theatre question is about theatre in these worrying and strange times

Don't know about you but I'm feeling really weird and unsettled by what is going on in the UK and globally at the moment with the coronavirus.

Everything seems to be happening so fast, just on Friday Poly and I were talking about when theatres are likely to have to close and what we were going to do in the meantime.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️.

Missed a Sunday theatre question? Here's are the first two I posted:

The question about unexpected audience experiences.

The question about directors.

The question about which theatre production you'd revive?

If you want to see more of my videos, including my 60-second reviews, follow my YouTube channel, like my Facebook page or follow me on Instagram, whichever is your favourite platform 🤓.

 

Video: This Sunday's theatre question is about whether you've had an unexpected, unscripted audience experience

With live performance, stuff doesn't always go smoothly or to plan. There is a rogue prop, a trip, a cough and occasionally those unexpected incidents spill out into the audience.

So, my Sunday theatre question is whether you've had something happen to you while sitting in the audience or have seen it happen to someone else.

My own 'that wasn't meant to happen to me' experience was while watching Teddy Ferrera at the Donmar Warehouse (review here if you are interested).

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Video: This Sunday's theatre question is all about directors

On this sunny Sunday morning, my theatre question is all about directors.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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I'll still be posting reviews, thoughts and interviews here on the blog, of course.

 


Video: A question for a theatre free Sunday

There isn't much theatre on a Sunday so here's a question for you about the back catalogue of plays you've seen.

Would love to know your thoughts in the comments...

This video also marks my first daylight appearance 'on film'. I'm expecting a sweet spot of 'still light' post-show reviews around the 21 June.

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