What would have happened if Napoleon had escaped from exile in St Helena and attempted to get back to France to reclaim his former glory as emperor, asks Told by an Idiot in ‘Napoleon Disrobed’, an absurd, funny, anachronistic retelling of history. In their version of the facts, Napoleon swaps identities with a sailor and […]
Plymouth theatre royal
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ellie Cook, judges the 1960s-based musical classic in all it’s bright-outfitted glory.
When I set out on the road to Plymouth, I had no idea of the excitement I was in for that evening; London Classic Theatre’s production of Noël Coward’s ‘Private Lives’ brightened up my evening in so many delightful ways I had not anticipated. The plot, although set in the 1930s, is timeless, focusing on […]