Wuthering Heights, The Human Voice and Diary of a Somebody…
Featuring reviews of Wuthering Heights, The Human Voice starring Ruth Wilson, Mohand and Peter, To Kill A Mockingbird, Mary Poppins and Diary of a Somebody.
Join Natalie and Darren in this episode as they delve into a range of captivating theatre productions. They kick off with the timeless classic Wuthering Heights, a passionate and haunting tale of love and revenge. They then turn their attention to The Human Voice, a compelling one-woman play starring Ruth Wilson that explores the depths of human emotions. The discussion continues with David Mamet’s The Woods, at the Southwark Playhouse, a mysterious and atmospheric production that keeps audiences on the edge of their seats.
Next on the list is Mohand and Peter, a thought-provoking play that delves into the complexities of identity and belonging. They also dive To Kill A Mockingbird, a story that confronts racial injustice with courage and compassion, into the powerful adaptation by Aaron Sorkin. Prepare for some magical moments as Natalie and Darren discuss the beloved musical Mary Poppins, filled with unforgettable songs and enchanting characters. Lastly, they’ll share insights on Darren’s own show, Diary Of A Somebody, a personal and humorous exploration of Joe Orton’s turbulent life with lover Kenneth Halliwell.