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Chinese Opera: Farewell my Concubine

Very exciting evening at the National Theatre to see my first live Chinese Opera. The China National Peking Opera Company on tour from the mainland, performing a classic, … 212 more words


Review: A Small Family Business, Olivier Theatre

Most Alan Ayckbourn works well in smaller theatres but this was written for the Olivier and works well in it. Dating from the 1980s, it is a critique of the corrupt selfishness encouraged by Thatcher, so this is an apt time to revive it. 93 more words


(Arts). Review: The Drowned Man

London is a world-class theatre hub, and I had been doing a terrible job taking advantage of the sheer number of productions the city has to offer. 816 more words


War Horse: they had no choice

While we were in London we went to see the National Theatre’s hugely successful production of Michael Morpurgo’s War Horse.  Beforehand I’d felt a little unsure about what to expect: would it be a little too saccharine and over-sentimental?   2,949 more words


The National Theatre's Entry Pass Scheme

This is pretty well known, but as far as value for money goes, it’s one of the best. For just £5, with a friend who pays £7.50, you can see pretty much any play at the National.  130 more words

Evelyn-Grace Kennedy reviews 'Home' at The Shed (National Theatre)

‘Home’ by Nadia Fall at The Shed, National Theatre (5 Stars)  

Parked front row at the Shed, I watch a hatched window in front of me framing a small lit room, busy with people. 687 more words

The Players

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Home, directed by Nadia Fall at the National Theatre in London.

As a complete noob to the performing arts scene I don’t have any authority to write a review, except my own feelings throughout. 223 more words