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Teechers (2018)

★★★★

Featuring an up-to-date music soundtrack, Teechers brings to life an array of larger than life teachers and pupils in the extremely capable hands of just three actors who effortlessly and frequently switch characters at the drop of a school cap 

Weekend Notes

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★★★★

 one can see that Godber has earned his place at the top but Blackeyed Theatre Company should be right up there with him… The rhythm these three have built between them is like electricity. They are so so tuned in to each other and carried the show beautifully to entertain a very full house with their talent and exuberance… Catch this show if you can, Godber is a great writer and Blackeyed Theatre Company are a great company. What a winner! 

Love Shrewsbury

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 Although each actor is dressed as one character, they play a multitude of people. Their remarkable transformations through the slightest of gestures or movement are a wonder to behold… You get the feeling that many attempt it and do it well but it is very hard to get that straight A. This was a definite straight A. Well done to the director, Adrian McDougall for shaping an excellent production and a performance that got a rapturous ovation from over 200 students. That’s some feedback! 

Your Harlow

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Teechers will have you in stitches, and at other points leave you angered at the injustice of our education system. It is wonderfully funny and thought provoking and well worth a watch 

Cuckoo Review

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★★★★

 Adrian McDougall’s production for Blackeyed Theatre is energetic and admirably suited to school-age members of the audience  

Anne At The Theatre

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 An electric injection of hilarity… The three-person cast were utterly amazing…as they played every character, swapping and changing seemingly effortlessly, the energy never slipped and the characterisation was wonderful.  

Almost Amazing Grace

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