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Review: Routes, Royal Court

Posted on Oct 6, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

Either Rachel De-lahay is mighty lucky or else she’s has a valuable part of a political playwright’s armoury: prescience. However, what...

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Review: The Fu Manchu Complex, Ovalhouse

Posted on Oct 5, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

Published in Time Out, 04.10.2013 Actor Daniel York, currently starring in The World of Extreme Happiness at the NT Shed, has been a...

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Review: Religion and Anarchy, Jermyn Street Theatre

Posted on Oct 3, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

Published in The Telegraph, 01.10.2013 Steven Berkoff’s back, and this time he’s landing us with a whopping great accusation of...

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Review: There Has Possibly Been An Incident, Soho Theatre

Posted on Oct 1, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

This is a play of words not deeds that celebrates the opposite. Chris Thorpe’s play, a set of interwoven monologues, is a call to arms...

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Review: The Herd, Bush Theatre

Posted on Sep 30, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

How quick we are to judge. Blame years of conditioning at the Royal Court, but the merest sniff of ungainly bourgeois behaviour onstage...

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Review: Secret Theatre Show 2, Lyric Hammersmith

Posted on Sep 29, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

Spoilers etc. Show Two sets out to lay down a marker. It’s a play that has crystallised – if not outright fossilised – over time,...

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Review: Ghosts, Rose Theatre Kingston

Posted on Sep 29, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

Published in Time Out, 26.09.2013 After five years at the Rose, artistic director Stephen Unwin bows out with his own adaptation of Henrik...

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Review: City Love, Bussey Building

Posted on Sep 24, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

Published in The Telegraph, 18.09.2013 Jim and Lucy meet on public transport; the number 12 to Dulwich, to be precise. Their eyes meet....

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Review: Springs Eternal, Orange Tree

Posted on Sep 24, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

Published in the Telegraph, 17.09.2013 Forty-two years ago, Sam Walters founded the Orange Tree Theatre with an eye to the future,...

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Review: Edward II, National Theatre

Posted on Sep 23, 2013 in Criticism | 0 comments

Lest you forget, there’s a silent Royal in the National Theatre – and it makes Joe Hill-Gibbins captivating, reconstructed take on...

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