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The Ferryman

Gielgud Theatre, 12 May 2018

Having missed ‘Jerusalem’ I was delighted to get a first experience of Jez Butterworth – and it was well worth the wait. 328 more words

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Hard To Be Soft - A Belfast Prayer - Abbey Theatre - Dublin Dance Festival - Review

Hard To Be Soft – A Belfast Prayer – Abbey Theatre – Dublin Dance Festival – Review

“What if Jesus came back?
What if he was bricking your car on the Saintfeld Road? 466 more words

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RED

Last night I saw RED, the play, at the Wyndham’s theatre in London. It was fantastic to say the least. It’s a play about art, about literary movements, about commercialism, about all these things things that make up the creative parts of human nature. 323 more words

"The Forest of Everywhere" at Bricolage Production Company

An enormous storm has torn through the world, carrying animals from far-flung places and depositing them here in Pittsburgh, in the “Forest of Everywhere.” They’re lonely, confused, feeling out of place, and in need of kind and welcoming explorers to come listen to their stories, play with them, and help them feel at home again. 828 more words

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Theatre Review | War Horse – Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

It’s 1912, and a young lad is lovingly raising a foal his father drunkenly bought at auction. The start of their relationship is fuelled by coincidence and, most importantly, luck; something that follows Albert and his beloved horse Joey through the next six years, from their little farm in Devon and onto the bloody battlefield of the Somme. 840 more words

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Review - The Comedy About a Bank Robbery

Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About a Bank Robbery bravely eschews the format of theatrical mishaps successfully established in The Play That Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong. 350 more words

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THEATRE REVIEW: 3Women starring Anita Dobson, Debbie Chazen & Maisie Richardson-Sellers

WORTH A LOOK?: ****

WHERE: Trafalgar Studios 2

WHEN: 17/5 (matinee), press night 17/5, runs to 9/6/18

A grandmother, a mother and her daughter meet in a hotel suite the night before one of them is to be married for an evening of alcohol and home truths. 316 more words

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