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Or perhaps not. The young people seated beside him look horrified, appalled and down-right scared to death. The highly talented Wardrobe Ensemble reprise this earlier piece about sexuality in the s in their most assured show so far. Through a series of realistically authentic vignettes we see how the effect that sexual pressures have on the young and vulnerable.
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It is a play that looks back to the past to bring to forefront a problem in the present, and it is decidedly Brechtian in its approach, suggesting a critical view of sexual culture as a whole rather than of the play itself. In the age of Internet porn and online escort services, the drama serves as a frank reminder that, no matter how much access we may have to sex, the societal attitudes towards it are ever-changing and as such is something we will never come to fully understand. Without straying at all into the realm of the kitchen-sink drama, the play tackles both sensitive and controversial issues by raising them in the context of relatable situations.
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Well, this is what our rather over-exuberant narrator tells us at the beginning of the show, but the band of slightly awkward and reticent teenagers portrayed and lined up on the stage in front of us suggests that this might not quite be the case…. I had heard great things about it so I was really pleased to see it returning to Bristol and coming to the Weston Studio at the Bristol Old Vic. The show is only an hour long, but manages to pack in as much as some much longer pieces into its full, lively, engaging, funny and thought provoking 60 minutes.
This very black comedy film from veteran director Edward Dmytryk was based upon Charles Perrault's classic French folktale first published in the late s. The film's poster revealed the entire plot - and the many demises of Bluebeard's unfortunate wives:. Burton is Bluebeard. He had a way with the world's most beautiful, most seductive, most glamorous women