Tag Archives: Alice Corrigan

Romeo And Julius, Theatre Review. Everyman Theatre, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *

Cast: Richard Bremmer, Patrick Brennan, George Caple, Pauline Daniels, Laura Dos Santos, Emily Hughes, Tom Kanji, Asha Kingsley, Melanie La Barrie, Dean Nolan, Zelina Robeiro, Keddy Sutton, Liam Tobin, Isobel Balchin, Alice Corrigan, Poppy Hughes, Geirgie Lomax-Ford, Hannah McGowan, Chloe Nall-Smith, Catriona Chandler, Erin Clarke, Jordan Connerty, Stuie Dagnall, Will Flush, Jazmine Hayes, Amber Higgins, Jake Holmes, Chloe Hughes, Luke Logan, Jiacheng Lu, Niamh McCarthy, Lucy McCormack, Lacy McGurk, Nadia Mohamed Noor, Rachel Newnham, Jamie Pye, Keeley Ray, Nathan Russell, Samuel Serrano Roberts, Kalia Shaples, Darci Shaw, Esme Skinner, John Stephenson, Ellie Turner.

The Environmentalists, Theatre Review. Everyman Theatre, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Aaron Barker, Aaron Kehoe, Alice Corrigan, Callum Crighton, Chloe Hughes, Courtney Parry, Daniel Fitzgerald, Eiffel Lu, Ellie Turner, Emily Woosey, Ester Larkin, Felipe Pacheco, George Clarke, Georgie Lomax Ford, Hannah McGowan, Harry Seargant, Heidi Henders, Isobel Balchin, Jake Holmes, James Bibby, Jamie Pye, Joe Davies, Joe Williams, John Collins, Johnathon McGuirk, Jordan Connerty, Joshua Meadows, Katie Smith, Keeley Ray, Leah Gold, Lucy White, Luke Logan, Luke Patterson, Margaret Saunders, Melissa Waddington, Nadia Mohammad Noor, Nathan Russell, Nick Crosbie, Olivia Doherty, Paige Bradbury, Poppy Hughes, Stuart Dagnall, Tami Holland.

More Light, Theatre Review. Everyman Theatre Studio, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound & Vision Rating: * * * *

Cast: Billy Czajkowska, Isobel Balchin, Abigail McKenzie, Nuala Maguire, Alice Corrigan, Ian Cook.

Bryony Lavery’s play More Light tells the story of the recently deceased Chinese Emperor who, in order to keep the location of his tomb a secret had not only himself encased within the tomb but his entire army of craftsmen, builders and his finest courtiers. Also immured are his five young infertile wives. These women have had the best food and lived secure and luxurious lives, but now they are faced with making the most horrendous decisions in order to stay alive. Human behaviour pushed to the very limits are explored in this dramatic hour long performance directed and performed by YEP (Young Everyman Playhouse.)

The Wonderful World Of Dissocia, Theatre Review. Playhouse Theatre Studio, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Niamh McCarthy, Jamie Pye, Alice Corrigan, Elliott Davis, Harry Sargeant, Nathan Russel, Stuie Dagnell, James Bibby, Charlotte Larkin, Georgie Lomax-Ford, Poppy Hughes, Jonathon McGuirk, Isobel Davis, Isobel Balchin.

To want to escape the pressures of modern life is completely understandable, the way the world is at the best of times it’s hard to fit in, it’s demanding on the soul to try and keep up with the ever changing and fast, frenetic pace of it all and it’s no wonder that we are urged to find, to discover that happy place in which all our troubles can be forgotten for a while, in which making sense of our own identity is the main priority.