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Hang - Review

The Royal Court, Jerwood Theatre Downstairs until 18th July 2015

 

What is the theatre for? To entertain? To educate? To question? When these three facets align in a work, the impression left by it, can cause us to question our own perspective of a thing far more deeply than we thought previously possible. 434 more words

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Debbie Tucker Green’s new play, which she also directs, may only an hour long, but it packs a real emotional punch and really makes you think. 299 more words

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Stage review: hang at the Royal Court Theatre

hang offers little relief, tying a noose around the neck of a questionable justice system and tugging ever so slightly at its glaringly obvious limitations. ★★★★★ 590 more words

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Secrets and Lies

Cynthia (played by Brenda Blethyn) watches as the machine punches another slot into the rectangle on her work table. She turns the material, punches it, turns it, punches it … it goes on and on. 605 more words

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£10 tickets for Hang at the Royal Court

‘A crime has been committed. The victim has a choice to make. The criminal is waiting.’

That’s all the Royal Court are giving away so far, other than the great line up of cast and creatives for Hang. 228 more words

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Whitechapel S03E05-E06; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Originally aired in the U.K. on 27 February 2012 (ep. 3.5) and 5 March 2012 (ep. 3.6)
Written by Ben Court and Caroline Ip
Directed by Jon East… 803 more words

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Whitechapel S03E03-E04; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Originally aired in the U.K. on 13 February 2012 (ep. 3.3) and 20 February 2012 (ep. 3.4)
Written by Ben Court and Caroline Ip
Directed by Richard Clark… 576 more words

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