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What I do:
writer visual artist
A little more about me:
AN enthusiast for the creative arts now with time to commit
Location:
Porthcawl
Projects I’m working on:
A short play

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Say it With Flowers

“Say it with Flowers” , Preview Performance, Sherman Theatre,16 May,2013.Brian Roper,3rd Age Critic.



It’s not far from Pontyberem to Trebanog but when “via” includes marriage to 007 , playing to packed houses in Hollywood and at The London Palladium and suing Rupert Murdoch it seems to be  a lot further.



Dorothy Squires achieved much but it was at a price . Her drive bordered…

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Posted on May 18, 2013 at 12:30

Romeo and Juliet, a Review,Riverfront Theatre Newport,Ballet Cymru and Coreo Cymru, 3 May 2013.

Romeo and Juliet, a Review,3 May 2013





Promoting excellence whilst fostering access is a tough challenge.



The 450 school children who attended the dress rehearsal the day before (including all of Pill School) were followed by a near capacity crowd for the opening night of Romeo and Juliet at the Riverfront Theatre in Newport.Their collaboration with Ballet Cymru and the…

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Posted on May 6, 2013 at 15:30

CALIGULA : A REVIEW , CHAPTER ARTS APRIL 12 2013

Caligula . Chapter Arts.12 April 2013



It is usual in reviewing theatre to provide a pithy synopsis and performance analysis.This review offers neither.



The interplay of ego,alter-ego and ego mania in this play renders the separation of roles tendentious and the attempt to reduce the kaleidic narrative of this performance to"A" story,…

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Posted on April 13, 2013 at 9:00

Love and Money, Chapter Arts ,11.04.2013

Love and Money ,Chapter Arts,11.4.2013



The track record of playwright Dennis Kelly is impressive and in this production Director Ryan Romain has got the best out of both the script and a fine cast.

Contemporary in context this play is also classical in its concerns.

Love of money is not new but its ability to grip the windpipe is a feature of this production.This play requires concentration , to…

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Posted on April 11, 2013 at 23:00 — 1 Comment

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At 20:31 on January 9, 2013, carmen medway-stephens said…

Hi Brian, great to hear your interest, let me know your email address and will senf you all the information, all the best,

 
 
 

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