I went to see Brad Birch’s new play Tremor at the Sherman Theatre  as a reviewer for Miro magazine. You can read my more traditional review here. For new work however, I like to spend time unpacking the play, and in particular the writing a little more. So here is my not-review of Tremor. Fair warning ‘spoilers’ ahead, perhaps … Continue reading

Review: Unexploded Ordnances, a salute to history

The prologue to the performance of Unexploded Ordnances is a ‘salute to history’ from Lois Weaver. It replaces the acknowledgement to indigenous peoples typically used in America and Canada – in Europe, they take a moment to acknowledge the history of the venue they are in. It is fitting also then to acknowledge the history, and resonance across the … Continue reading Review: Unexploded Ordnances, a salute to history