Quick promo for The Master And Margarita which is running this week at The Unity Theatre. Written by Mikhail Bulgakov between 1928 and 1940 and considered as one of the great novels of the last century the play alternates between 1930s Moscow and Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem with tales of black magic, satire and death.
Brilliantly acted and with the added delights of multimedia projections and the actors interacting with pre-recorded performances it’s a feast for the eyes and mind.
For more information go to the Unity website here.
I must admit I’d thought I’d put these up when I did a shoot for the Cafe Chaos production at The Unity theatre back in March. Clearly I hadn’t and the national tour has, er, recently finished. Did well here didn’t I?
Anyway, it was great to do the shoot for The Kosh (a London based company founded over twenty years ago). Cafe Chaos is a comedic confusion as waiters and diners collide, various relationships are formed and broken up as secrets are traded amongst the cast on stage.
The show is conceived and directed by Michael Merwitzer and Siân Williams and featured Sian along with Jamie Matthewman, Joanna Croll and Sam Parks moving through a variety of different characters.
Many congratulations to all involved in the latest run of the Big Wow’s The Art Of Falling Apart which has had a sold out run at The Unity Theatre this month. The show is in the final week and has garnered excellent reviews (and quite rightly so too).
Great performances from Tim Lynskey and Matt Rutter (who can gurn for Great Britain) and a fantastic script and direction from Bob Farquhar, it’s an absolutely laugh out loud show (and may well be worth a try for a ticket – if you can get one claim it).
For more info go here.