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Lettice and Lovage (Menier Chocolate Factory)

This revival of Peter Shaffer’s 1980s play is one of two productions running at the Menier at the moment, both directed by Trevor Nunn.  It is the story of a theatrical tour guide who embellishes historical fact to entertain those who visit Fustion House (‘fusty old house’, in our minds). 341 more words

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Review Round Up: Lettice & Lovage, Menier Chocolate Factory

Felicity Kendal and Maureen Lipman star in Trevor Nunn’s production. But what are critics making of it? 

WhatsOnStage: *** “Trevor Nunn’s enjoyable but utterly unchallenging production.” 574 more words

PREVIEW: The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾: The Musical, Menier Chocolate Factory

Sue Townsend’s book The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾ will head to the London stage as a musical from the 14th July.  259 more words

Review – Lettice and Lovage, Menier Chocolate Factory, 21st May 2017

Peter Shaffer’s Lettice and Lovage first hit the stage way back in 1987 as a star vehicle for Maggie Smith. I knew that we had seen the play before but I was darned if I could remember seeing… 536 more words

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Lettice and Lovage

I was very much looking forward to seeing two favourite actresses, both dames in waiting, in the revival of a play I have fond memories of first time around. 354 more words

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Trevor Nunn: How the genius Terence Rattigan made a comeback years after his unjust rejection | The Independent

Terence Rattigan is a dramatist of genius.  There … I have said it straight out, no ifs or buts, no shilly-shallying.  I am, of course, expressing my opinion, but I venture to suggest that we of that opinion are now becoming increasingly numerous. 55 more words

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THEATRE REVIEW: Lettice and Lovage starring Felicity Kendal and Maureen Lipman

WORTH A LOOK?: ****

WHERE: Menier Chocolate Factory

WHEN: 5/5, press night 17/5, runs to 8/7

Author Sir Peter Shaffer wrote this three-act play for Dame Maggie Smith in 1987, when we first saw it, and it won her a Tony. 300 more words

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