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Review - The Father - Tricycle Theatre at Wyndham's, London

I didn’t catch The Father when it was at the Tricycle, so I completely missed any hype about it – best new French play of 2014 – but I did see some nice things said about it once it made it to… 400 more words

A busy, busy day in London

St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower Bridge and a play in Leicester Square — that’s a fully packed day in London, one that had us almost sprinting at the end to get to our seats at the Wyndham Theater in time for the curtain for “The Father.” 618 more words


Kenneth Cranham - the seven ages of a south London geezer

Kenneth Cranham has been thinking a lot about old age recently. “I don’t feel old,” says the actor, a robust-looking 70, “but I have got to a stage where I don’t remember someone’s name. 111 more words


Drawing: Kenneth Cranham and Claire Skinner in The Father

‘The most acclaimed new play of the decade’, The Father has just transferred to London’s Wyndham’s Theatre for a limited 8-week run after it’s UK tour. 240 more words


The Father at Theatre Royal, Bath

Spoiler alert – this review contains significant plot and production details, which you might prefer not to know until after you’ve seen the play.   If you have a chance though, do go to see it. 476 more words


The Father

A play about dementia. Depressing? Well, yes – as people get older, it’s often their greatest fear, more so than any physical condition – but its also insightful and not as heavy as you might think. 280 more words


Hellbound - Hellraiser II - An Introduction

Here is the transcript for Darrell Buxton’s introduction to the new late night treat Kill Granny Kill which played as part of the Derby Film Festival… 929 more words

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