The dynamic Attila Theatre Company presented their latest show Skin Deep, written by Lee Anderson and powerfully directed by Ailin Conant and Christopher Montague, at the Penta Hotel in Reading this July as part of the exciting Reading Fringe Festival.
By Gillie Tunley and Brenda Sandilands.
The Progress Theatre’s latest production is Harold Pinter’s 1978 classic, Betrayal, which is famously based on Pinter’s real-life affair with BBC television presenter Joan Bakewell. In this play, he uses clever reverse chronology to explore the complex theme of betrayal.
The author Philip Meeks has had a lifelong obsession with Agatha Christie and was inspired by the idea of turning Agatha Christie sleuth to uncover Margaret Rutherford’s dark secret. His sensitive and witty script is laced with intrigue and delightful humour.
Holi, the Hindu festival of colours, commemorates the victory of good, peace and love over evil. It also heralds the bright arrival of spring after a dull winter, and on Saturday 18 March the Hindu Temple in Whitley Street burst with joyful colour as children in richly bejewelled costumes performed music and dance to an enthralled audience.
The talented Progress Theatre Company are presenting Steve Thompson’s vastly entertaining No Naughty Bits from Monday 16 to Saturday 21 January. The play centres on the controversial legal battle in 1975 between the Monty Python team and a US television network over the latter’s censorious editing of the comedy series.