The rise of the internet and its links to paedophilia is often a sore topic of conversation that many British people tend to shy away for. 1,056 more words
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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
This review was originally written for The Public Reviews.
This new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya by Anya Reiss brings the action to modern day rural northern England. 374 more words
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