Photos and podcast: Barrie Keeffe discusses “unacceptable”, still timely Barbarians

By |2020-03-28T23:17:02+00:0029 October 2015|

Regular readers of this blog will know that, a few weeks ago, I was blown away by Tooting Arts Club's revival of Barbarians, Barrie Keeffe's 1977 modern classic about disaffected London youth.

Dark Tourism and the art of the theatrical put-down: 17 top insults

By |2020-03-27T13:00:19+00:0019 October 2015|

Richard, one of the central characters in Daniel Dingsdale's debut play Dark Tourism (like me) has a thing for quotations. The irony is that he's a peddler of lowest common denominator culture, a "celebrity" PR with a hotline to the tabloids, who once dreamed of high-brow literary success.
Go to Top