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The Nether - Duke of York's Theatre

Headlong and the Royal Court continue to produce ground breaking and brave theatre that always challenges and thrills. It is rarely seen as sound commercial fare however so it is fantastic that the ever prolific Sonia Friedman has gallantly decided to bring The Nether into the West End.  423 more words

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The Nether

24 February, 2015
Royal Court Theatre West End Transfer (Duke of York’s Theatre)

by Jennifer Haley

Cast: Amanda Hale, Stanley Townsend, Ivanno Jeremiah, Zoe Brough, Isabella Pappas… 408 more words

Reviews

The White Queen: Episode 4; The Bad Queen

This episode was kind of bland for me. I still like the show, but it feels like the characters are playing musical chairs with the throne of England. 740 more words

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Uncle Vanya – St James Theatre, London. ***

This review was originally written for The Public Reviews.

http://www.thepublicreviews.com/uncle-vanya-st-james-theatre-london/

This new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya by Anya Reiss brings the action to modern day rural northern England. 374 more words

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Review: Anton Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, in a new version by Anya Reiss, at the St James theatre

Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya is a pretty ordinary tragedy. Wasted lives by default and undue care, squandered opportunities, realisations coming too late. It’s as ordinary as it is immense. 487 more words

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The White Queen: Episode 3; The Storm.

For about the first half of this episode it was a little boring. Just a sequence of events, but not a lot of character development. Which annoyed me because the characters are my favorite part. 831 more words

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