Twelfth Night The Windmill Theatre
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Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night is a Shakespearean comedy, which is a classification that doesn’t appeal to the casual theatregoer; the most disparaging attendees assume the play will be a musty series of esoteric jokes. Howev...
Death of a Salesman Oxford Playhouse Photo Manuel Harlan
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Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman is one of Miller’s most popular plays. I’ve had the benefit of seeing it twice: the first time was at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre with Antony Sher as Willy Loman. I think both performa...
The Monkey - Theatre 503. Photo Simon Annand
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The Monkey

A drab council flat in Bermondsey is the home of Thick Al (George Whitehead), a small-scale drug dealer, who owes money to Tel (Morgan Watkins), a paranoid schizophrenic. Dale (Daniel Kendrick) is Tel’s old p...
Speech & Debate at Trafalgar Studios. Photo Simon Annand
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Speech and Debate

Stephen Karam’s newly devised play follows the lives of three kids in Oregon. These kids, who attend the same school, come together through a social suicide pact called “Speech & Debate”: an extra-cur...
The Boys in the Band. Photo Darren Bell
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The Boys in the Band

No, this isn’t a play about Westlife. The Boys in the Band is about a group of gay men in ‘60s New York, gathered together to celebrate a birthday. The night begins on a high note, but things quickly start ...
Luv, Park Theatre, London. credit the other richard
3.0★ ★ ★


You can probably garner from the title what Luv is about. The play follows the ups and downs of three completely different middle-aged people who come together in a cartoonish ménage à trois. The characters d...
No's Knife Old Vic
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No’s Knife

No’s Knife is a series of monologues, adapted from Beckett’s Texts for Nothing, which is a collection of short stories he wrote in the early 1950s. These schizophrenic monologues, performed by Lisa Dwan, ar...
Danger Memory Theatro Technis

Danger: Memory!

The stratospheric success of plays like Death of a Salesman and The Crucible have made Arthur Miller a household name. Danger, Memory! is a collation of two later plays (I Can’t Remember Anything and Clara) t...
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Adler and Gibb

In a move fuelled by unhealthy obsession an actress invades the house of her dead idol. The idol is Janet Adler, a fictional 20th century protest artist, who lived out her final years in seclusion, alongside he...
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Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons

123 million words is the average amount a person says in a lifetime. However, this number is threatened in the dystopian world of Lemons. With the advent of the ‘hush law’ speech is restricted to a limit of...