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Pride and Prejudice

The Mother of All Rom-Coms

Pride and Prejudice

by Jane Austen, adapted by Simon Reade

The Questors at the Judi Dench Playhouse, Ealing until the 8th February… 542 more words

Drama

Robin Hood

On target

Robin Hood

by Ben Crocker

Questors Theatre at the Judi Dench Playhouse, until 31 December

A review by Matthew Grierson

You’ve surely all heard the proverbial advice actors are given never to work with children or animals – but whoever devised that pearl of wisdom had not seen Questors’ polished troupe of prodigies and puppeteers. 819 more words

Children

Days of Significance

Military Engagements: Play of Significance

Days of Significance

by Roy Williams

The Questors at The Studio, Ealing until 23rd November

Review by Viola Selby

Through Lucy Aley-Parker’s direction, Roy Williams’ … 677 more words

Drama

Private Lives

Honeymoon Engagements

Private Lives

by Noel Coward

The Questors at The Judi Dench Playhouse, Ealing until 5th October

Review by Viola Selby

Private Lives is undoubtedly one of Noel Coward’s greatest successes, with its timeless humour it has entertained audiences since 1930, and Francesca McInally’s adaptation truly gives homage to this, as the audience are given a glimpse into the private lives of a divorced couple who run into each other whilst on their respective honeymoons. 557 more words

Drama

Table

Thoughtful and Gripping

Table

by Tanya Ronder

Questors at The Studio, Ealing, until 28th September

Review by Mark Aspen

“If walls had ears” … they say … but what if a table had eyes, and ears and all the senses, for a table interacts much more with people than a wall. 1,402 more words

Drama

Charley's Aunt (Questors Theatre)

The Questors Student Group return to their Ealing home in Brandon Thomas’s classic farce, and it hasn’t lost any of its power to amuse since Victorian days. 250 more words

Di and Viv and Rose

Anywhere, Anywhen, Together

Di and Viv and Rose

by Amelia Bulmore

The Questors at the Studio, Ealing until 22nd June

A Review by Genni Trickett… 478 more words

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