Marie McCarthy’s Clapham Omnibus just seems to go from strength to strength.
Starting with a barely transformed library, and on the slenderest of resources, McCarthy has turned the venue into a positive mini power-house – a sort of BAC in miniature – now sporting a new café and running two shows a night. Continue reading →
Marie McCarthy’s Clapham Omnibus venue never ceases to surprise. Dedicated, as befits its previous life as a library, to story-telling in all its various forms, Scott Le Crass’s revival of Simon Stephens’ Country Music is itself a revelation. Continue reading →
Runs: 75 mins without interval
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Review of perf seen April 5, 2019:
Marie McCarthy’s Omnibus continues to go from strength to strength.
In this small Clapham backwater, in a building that was once a library, it continues to brim over with stories that deserve to be taken off the shelf once again, dusted down and poured over for what they can tell us about where we are now. Continue reading →
In a comparatively short space of time, Lizzie Nunnery has certainly made her mark. Singer-songwriter as well as playwright, her plays – of which, Narvik, her award-winning evocation of the North Atlantic, the sea and wartime love is one of the most recent – mixes all these elements into dramas that defy total categorisation. Continue reading →