Tag: fortyfivedownstairs

Review: Awakening

Powerful updating of Wedekind’s text spans the ages. A burning beacon illuminating teenage desire for knowledge. Written in the dying decade of the 19th century, German playwright Frank Wedekind’s Spring Awakening (Frühlings Erwachen) was so […]

Stephen’s 2 Line Review – Savages – A Brutal, Yet Darkly Humorous Pick At The Scab Of Male Violence Against Women. A Searing Script is Commandingly Navigated By Deft Direction And Four Muscular Leads.

The stark, underground space of fortyfivedownstairs lends itself well to physically demanding theatre, given that actors have to manoeuvre a perpendicular audience, as well as four obstinate pillars, while delivering their performance. Patricia Cornelius is […]