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The Plough and The Stars - playing the long bawl

The other night my wife and I took ourselves off to the National Theatre in London to watch The Plough and the Stars, Seán O’Casey’s epic play about the 1916 Easter Rising. 1,140 more words


National Theatre Visit; Light + Sound

On Monday 12th September of this year, our college was involved in a workshop at the Olivier theatre, with two of our most inspiration designers within the industry, both in which have earned many prestigious awards; 245 more words


Review | The Threepenny Opera, National Theatre ★★★★

“If you’re looking for escapism, you’ve got the wrong show…”

As bawdy as it is brilliant, Bertolt Brecht’s The Threepenny Opera, is a criminally funny exploration of good ol’ fashioned East End corruption. 600 more words


THE DEEP BLUE SEA at the National

Terence Rattigan’s THE DEEP BLUE SEA at the National is very heavy in a completely cathartic sense. I really like Terence Rattigan’s work and this play is amongst his very best. 112 more words


Our bloody amazing ladies of perpertual succour.

Theatre review at the National

Tonight T and I went to see Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour at the National Theatre and I have to tell you, it is absolutely, fucking brilliant. 138 more words

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NT Live Review: The Threepenny Opera (22.09.2016)

Honestly, what better way is there to celebrate beginning your final year at university than watching a musical/opera/play with music (honestly no one’s really sure) about the most despicable human beings imaginable who also happen to be master Karma Houdinis? 1,990 more words


A National look at O'Casey

Sean O’Casey is being remembered this weekend at a conference at the National Theatre, London entitled – In-Depth: The Dublin Plays of Sean O’Casey.  I will be joining… 288 more words

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