Review: Hanna

Hanna, a one-woman show by Off West End Award Nominee Sam Potter at the Bike Shed Theatre this week, was nothing short of a heart-warming, funny piece of exceptional theatre. Not quite sure what to expect from a show made-up of a cast of one, I was pleasantly surprised at how captivated and touched I was by Sophie Khan Levy’s acting, the stripped down set, … Continue reading Review: Hanna

Jointventure Theatre at the Bike Shed

There is always a feeling of excitement when you get to witness something new beginning, something that you know will make a mark. Whether it’s an unknown musician playing in a pub, a stand-up comedian hidden in the recesses of YouTube or, in this case, an innovative new theatre company ready to take the stage. The appropriately named Jointventure Theatre Company is a collaboration between … Continue reading Jointventure Theatre at the Bike Shed

The West End Comes to Exeter

Laura Wade is best known for her play Posh which gained critical acclaim during its West End run. The playwright now brings her work to Exeter with a brand new play, Other Hands. The play looks at the reliance on technology in the modern world, and how this quick-fix attitude cannot be applied so easily to personal life. It tells the story of a high-flying businesswoman, struggling … Continue reading The West End Comes to Exeter