The reviews are in for Theatre on the “virtual” Coast!
Times may be tough right now, but against all odds Theatre on the “virtual” Coast has triumphed with its first ever virtual season, supported once again by Suffolk Secrets.
The season featured a range of performances – from brand-new premieres to comedy – and was enjoyed both nationally and internationally online, as shown by the reviews and testimonials published on this page.
All 4 One
Our first performance was All 4 One, written by award-winning writers Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie. The story centres around a grandmother who summons her son and grandsons for a crisis meeting and, since she is Queen of England, the stakes could not be higher. Take a look at the audience’s reviews below for All 4 One:
Thank you for both a fun and thoughtful afternoon.
In Beyond INK, the programme presented three new productions of work first seen at the country’s biggest new short play festival:
Dog on a Beach by John R Goodman
Bus Stop by Daniel Allum
Invisible Irene by Jackie Carreira
Take a look at the reviews below:
Our second premiere, Attagirls! by Stewart Ross, celebrated the contribution made by women pilots of the Air Transport Auxiliary during World War II. Here’s what the reviews say about Attagirls!:
The Peg Lynch Players
Astrid King and A Funny Woman presented The Peg Lynch Players. Comic genius from Astrid’s mother, Peg Lynch, a pioneer in TV and Radio. The show was devised and performed with Tim Fitzhigham. Take a look at the review below.
Robert Powell in Charles Dickens, a Celebration
We were then treated to International star Robert Powell in his one man show Charles Dickens, a Celebration. Check out the review below.
Denis King's Optimistic People
Denis King and Sarah Redmond were then joined by Robert Powell to create an evening of hilarious entertainment, featuring songs and stories from a life in music, the theatre and film. Take a look at this review!