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Dying laughing: Fitzrovia Radio Hour’s Undead! Unloved! Unsolved! at the Horse Hospital

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. Watching the Fitzrovia Radio ensemble pad around on slippered feet at the Horse Hospital creating sound-pictures would make anyone want to be a foley artist. The dulcet sultry tones of Natalie Ball display admirable dexterity. Dan Starkey’s Dutch grammar-disordered Abraham van Helsing in “Bram Stoker’s … Continue reading

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Dying laughing: Fitzrovia Radio Hour’s Undead! Unloved! Unsolved! at the Horse Hospital

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. Watching the Fitzrovia Radio ensemble pad around on slippered feet at the Horse Hospital creating sound-pictures would make anyone want to be a foley artist. The dulcet sultry tones of Natalie Ball display admirable dexterity. Dan Starkey’s Dutch grammar-disordered Abraham van Helsing in “Bram Stoker’s … Continue reading

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Watching and Listening

I find magic captivating. There is something about the illusion of rising beyond the mundane, the tantalizing imagined possibility of defying physics and chemistry and logic and even death that unfailingly draws me in. And it’s not just me: every seat at ‘Show and Tell’, Barry and Stuart’s show at the Bloomsbury Theatre was sold … Continue reading

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Moving On

Alas and alack, the lovely Fitzrovia adventure will shortly come to an end.  Our landlord has decided to do up the flat and then do up the rent, so very soon we must up sticks and shift. I’ve been very sad about this because the Fitzrovian garret adventure has been just sublime, but I can’t … Continue reading