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Live Theatre - Make Up

  • 30-09-2021
  • Jo Macmillan

Make-up, is set in the green room of another venue above another pub in July 2019, as Lady Christina leaves the stage at the end of what could be her last ever show.

Buxton Fringe Review hailed the play saying 'The script is gripping and intense and Moj Taylor gives us a powerful set of mental images through his quietly angry performance. It’s a sharply-observed piece which raises questions, answers some, and raises more.' It went on to pick-up nominations for Best Production and Best Male Actor in the Fringe Awards at the end of the festival.

Scene Magazine called Lady Christina 'A highly interesting and totally believable character who has a lot to say about Queer identity, personality, individualism and the freedom to be who you are' describing the show as 'A coruscating 50 minutes. Well worth a visit.'