Sofia Gallucci-Giles reveals what was hot, what was not, and all things at the Fringe this year.
Theatre with Teeth
Theatre With Teeth’s production ‘Angelus’ is a bold and emphatic piece of new writing, which certainly lives up to Swain’s esteemed reputation. Set in the Irish countryside, the tyrannical ruling within this dystopian world shows that a red splash of paint on your door signifies an execution, and a red envelope through your door means […]
The story of Robin Hood is age old, and whether you are acquainted with it through the 1973 Disney film, or just through its sheer notoriety, mention that an adaptation of Robin Hood is being performed and just wait for seats to fill up. This was definitely the case with Theatre with Teeth and Shotgun […]
Whilst at first it may be mistaken for a set-up more appropriate for dealing with a leaky roof, this was actually the setting for a feel-good, abstract and expressive play presented by an energetic and vibrant ensemble. The cast were constantly rushing about the stage, whether it be embodying different climates or merging to create […]
Being ushered into the M&D Room, a certain tall, handsome fellow caught my eye immediately. He was already on stage and appeared to be looking straight at me as I entered, his blue suit and cheeky grin making me blush. I am, of course, talking about the life-sized cardboard cut-out of Tom Hiddleston. In terms […]
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ellie Cook, shares her thoughts on Theatre With Teeth’s brand-new take on one of literature’s towering figures.
A new play produced by Katie Jenkins of Exeter’s own Theatre With Teeth, written and co-directed with Niamh Smith by Will Jarvis, Sealed is an original play that opened to animated reviews in Exeter about seven strangers who find themselves invited to a house under dubious circumstances, knowing nothing of each other or why exactly […]
Imagine one day, through the post, you receive a sealed envelope. Inside the envelope, there is an address to a house somewhere in central London, and a request that you attend at a certain time. Would you go? That’s what the characters of writer Will Jarvis and director Niamh Smith’s play Sealed did. They went. […]
I had high expectations for this piece of new writing, put on by Theatre with Teeth, and was not disappointed. As a writing and directing debut from both Eva Carroll and Josie Farmer, “Bright” was of an incredibly high standard. The play follows a family of five, focusing in particular on the three siblings as they […]
Entering Mardon Hall on 22nd May, I was not sure what to expect from Theatre with Teeth’s closing show of the academic year. All I knew was that it was about two girls who had recently broken up and met again at a party. Although I had heard good things from my more drama-inclined friends, […]