Can Edwardian piousness win over a 2017 audience? Yes, says Ed Whitfield.
60 years on, Roger Gellert’s tale of repressed homosexuality at an English public school remains a damning social critique.
Melinda Haunton @melindahaunton reviews @finborough Dolphins and Sharks
John Galsworthy is most famous for his novels, in particular, The Forsythe Saga, which won the 1923 Nobel Prize for
Guest review by Melinda Haunton Walking into the tiny Finborough theatre for this revived Edwardian play is very much like
Mr Gillie is the story of a charismatic teacher in Scottish mining town on trial for giving his working class students ideas.
Guest review from Melinda Haunton What is Food? Steve Rodger’s play, based in a Tasmanian backwater takeaway, receives its European
Guest post from Melinda Haunton Is it a bad sign when an award-winning Canadian play doesn’t receive its European premiere
A history teacher is confronted by her former student about what happened between them 10 years ago.