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1 March 2007

The Steamie

It’s Hogmanay in a Glasgow wash-house (or ‘steamie’), and four women of various ages and personalities are here to do their last laundry of the year. They share memories and jokes, talk about their menfolk, entertain hopes for the future, and sing a few songs. Click here to view our photo gallery.
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1 December 2006

Jack and the Beanstalk

The folk tale is embellished with fresh touches as the legend of the Sword in the Stone is reflected in Jack’s methods, the Dame has a tremendous fight with the Giant’s evil henchman and the original Vegetable Fairy displays her usual Power for Good (she is frequently overly optimistic and bungles her efforts).
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1 July 2006

‘Allo ‘Allo

Based on the hugely successful British television series, which ran forseven seasons, this uproarious comedy relates the adventures of ahapless cafe owner, Rene, in occupied France. ‘Allo ‘Allo Review by Paul Woodstock Society: St Peter PlayersProduction: ‘Allo ‘AlloDate: July 2006Report By: Paul Woodstock I have to say I am delighted to get the chance to do an unofficial and retrospective appraisal as the NODA
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1 March 2006

Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is a macabre tragicomedy based on the legend of a half-mad 19th century English barber. He is driven to crime when his wife and child are taken from him by an evil judge. Unjustly imprisoned, Todd eventually escapes and vows to bring justice not only to the judge who destroyed his life, but
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