Two Person Show · fringe management llc · Ages 12+ · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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LYNN DAVENPORT uncertified reviewer October 09, 2023
I absolutely adored <a href="https://geometrydashworld.net">geometry dash world</a> the pair and their adventure. ... full review
CHARLOTTE MUNSON certified reviewer June 26, 2022
Beautiful, powerful in its simplicity, and heartwarming. I was smiling the whole time-- even when crying at the end. loved it.... full review
HOLLY SIDELL certified reviewer June 25, 2022
The most beautiful and touching show I have seen in a long time. I did not expect to be moved so deeply by it... it is still sitting with me. ... full review
CHRISTY BELL certified reviewer June 25, 2022
Beautifully written, heartfelt story of an immigrating welsh couple and their life as new Americans. ... full review
ALISON ZATTA uncertified reviewer June 23, 2022
A really, really lovely show. Beautiful, vulnerable performances. See it while you can!... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER encore judge certified reviewer June 22, 2022
Breathtaking, wonderfully compelling, and an absolute delight from start to finish to watch, West has kept me thinking about how precious life can be many days later.... full review
SAMANTHA RONCEROS nohoartsdistrict.com certified reviewer June 21, 2022
A NoHo Arts theatre review of ”West” written by Owen Thomas, directed by Gareth John Bale, co-produced by Samantha de Gyarfas, produced by Fringe Management at this year’s Hollywood Fringe Festival. “West,” starring Gareth John Bale and Gwenllian Higginso, is set in the late 19th century, as America opened its borders to the huddled masses, offering free land to those who would come and take it. A young couple from Wales decides to take the chance after struggling to make ends meet farming in Wales on farmland leased to their family for centuries. A hard life made harder still when land owners raise rents they already can’t possibly afford. The couple meets in their village chapel and fall deeply in love, marrying there, in front of fri... full review
PAM NOLES certified reviewer June 19, 2022
An outstanding roam through the life and relationship of an immigrant / Welsh couple forced to take the plunge into trying their luck with the myth of America. This play doesn't just speak to an 1800s Welsh (or other RDW immigrant experience). It speaks to all who loved and believed in the potentiality of the future. At times it feels like you're watching / listening to Poetry in Motion *because that's what they're doing* on that bare stage.... full review
JASMIN PLEASE certified reviewer June 19, 2022
A beautiful play, well directed and performed. Sweet, simple and strong. The actors voices and accents enhances the story and they do a great job taking you along for the journey. ... full review
KIM TURNER certified reviewer June 18, 2022
Wonderful piece. Picked this show on a whim, and stumbled upon a gem. The sweet, sad, funny history of a couple who emigrate from Wales to the U.S. told partly in verse. Well-acted and directed.... full review