The Road to Performance

We started to write this blog last week (when we still had a week to go before first night) but as the build-up to performance is so busy, we have ended up combining last week’s and this week’s posts. Truth be told, we’ve simply not had the time. But that’s because we were spending thatContinue reading “The Road to Performance”

The Road to Performance

We started to write this blog last week (when we still had a week to go before first night) but as the build-up to performance is so busy, we have ended up combining last week’s and this week’s posts. Truth be told, we’ve simply not had the time. But that’s because we were spending thatContinue reading “The Road to Performance”

Realism, set design and our performance home

Here at the Lovelace Theatre Group, we are really proud to call The John Godber Centre (http://www.johngodbercentre.co.uk/) our performance and rehearsal home. It’s a fantastic multi-use space, and it’s always being used by hundreds of different community groups, businesses and for personal events, which gives it the most vibrant and diverse feel. Just this monthContinue reading “Realism, set design and our performance home”

Rehearsing Slapstick

Every good farce has at least one scene which hinges on perfectly timed slapstick.In “One Man, Two Guvnors” it’s Act One, Scene Four – which was the focus of our rehearsal on Monday 16th September. The physicality has to be immaculate, and the jokes won’t work unless the whole cast works in harmony. Incorporating mistakenContinue reading “Rehearsing Slapstick”

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