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REVIEW - Don Juan in Soho, Wyndhams Theatre London. April 2017.

More Patrick Marber after his adaptation of Hedda Gabler and before Travesties (which we saw the following day) – it’s a bloody good job we like him! 59 more words

Theatre Reviews

Művésztelep születik - Folytatódnak a Tanyaszínház kavillói székházának felújítási munkálatai

Nem csak a Tanyaszínház érdekeit szem előtt tartva, hanem a vajdasági magyar kulturális életet szem előtt tartva születik meg a fontos intézmény: a Tanyaszínház kavillói székháza, amely valójában egy művésztelepnek lett megálmodva. 591 more words

2017

Don Juan in Soho, Wyndham's Theatre

The bad boy is back. Marber’s Molière update, which first appeared at the Donmar Warehouse in 2006, has been revived by the playwright for a West End run – David Tennant succeeding Rhys Ifans as the titular seducer. 6 more words

Journalism

The Miser at Richmond Theatre review ***

The Miser

Richmond Theatre, 22nd February 2017

Just catching up with this from a few weeks ago prior to the current West End run at the Garrick Theatre. 275 more words

London

The Miser, Garrick Theatre

A guest review from Fionnuala Barrett

I had high hopes heading into the Garrick; a comic classic by Molière with updated swipes at contemporary life, brought to life by a cast filled to bursting with comedic talent, some of it gratifyingly high-profile — a hit, … 427 more words

Reviews

"The Stone Guest" by Alexander Pushkin

Pushkin seemed to have had Mozart on his mind around 1830, when he wrote those four miniature plays, usually known in English as the “Little Tragedies”. 1,976 more words

Literature