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“The Dundee Whitehall Theatre has done well to...”

Written on: 21/10/2010 by SimonKelly (2 reviews written)

The Dundee Whitehall Theatre has done well to programme interesting events in its autumn season. Following from the success of their production of Pirate of Pendance, the theatre welcomes multi award winning Sell a Door Theatre Company to the stage to present their version of Stoker's infamous tale.

The play gets off to a triumphant start, with Daisy Burns and Laura Blackmore painting the perfect picture of English paradise, marred by the necessary young lady issues such as marriage and… Read Full Review

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“The Unity Theatre has a fantastic season this summer,...”

Written on: 21/05/2010 by Patrick Rushton (1 review written)

The Unity Theatre has a fantastic season this summer, starting with Sell a Door Theatre Company's new play Where the Solitary Eagle Flies. Set between Afghanistan and England, it develops from a tale of romance into a desperate fight to defeat the memories and love that bonded Jake (Jack Cosgrove) and Rachel (Jess Spalis)

With a fantastic script, and a well constructed set, the play took off in style, with fine performances from all players, with some fantastic pieces of chorography and stage… Read Full Review

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