REVIEW: Stutterpop – The Queen’s Speech (Smoke Labours Productions)

August 27, 2015
Stutterly Memorable [by Sharu Delilkan and Tim Booth] The subtitle of the performance “The Queen’s Speech” is an apt description of the show. In many plays there are pivotal, poignant and powerful moments that you love or remember. For us it was the honesty and plain spoken humanity of the whole evening that will make it memorable, when all those […]

REVIEW:Te Awarua (Te Rehia Theatre Company)

August 24, 2013
A triumphant trifecta [by Sharu Delilkan] Watching a theatrical production such as Te Awarua, that utilises three languages and cultures as a storytelling device, is indeed a treat.  And knowing that the story was being told by the talented Albert Belz certainly made me have high expectations.  But unlike many experiences where high expectations are followed by major disappointment, Te […]