THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG has fresh bark and bite for a new term.
Grandaddy TOBY PARKER-REES makes a grand return in order to cross blades with renowned comedian Pierre Novellie about his new show Nonsense. It’s mostly nonsense.
Lily Cole has revealed in an interview that she feels ‘liberated’ to have finished her degree – and came close to not making it.
AMI JONES makes entirely appropriate dick jokes in the course of reviewing the Marlowe Society’s May Week effort.
TOBY PARKER-REES hails the ridiculousness of May Week as epitomising what life before the real world should be about: not following rules, experimenting, and doing things for the sake of enjoyment.
In amongst his habitual ravings LAURIE COLDWELL conceals a review of new writing which bites but can’t be bitten.
“I thought we were heading into a bland dystopia but in the last few weeks I’ve thought ‘maybe – maybe something interesting’s going to happen’.” TOBY PARKER-REES talks to STEWART LEE, alternative comedian to most and a ‘shit-haired cunt’ to some.
PHOEBE LUCKHURST overcomes her ADHD to appreciate a big, stylish dollop of Brecht.
TOBY PARKER REES fervently believes that you are either a scumbag, a maggot, a cheap lousy faggot or all of the above. The week’s theatre may crop up intermittently.
TOBY PARKER-REES toilet papers your house.
MATILDA BATHURST on vigour, tenderness and infection.
TOBY PARKER-REES has a play on this week, but may also mention others in passing.
TOBY PARKER-REES kicks you around like the dirty little sket you are but tells you all about the week’s theatre so it’s all ok.