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Bitter Wheat

It’s difficult to know while I’m watching Bitter Wheat whether I just hate the characters or hate the play. It surrounds a Hollywood mogul, Barney Fei...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie is a beautifully-written tragedy of missed opportunities, polluted dreams and claustrophobic domestic life in the thirties. The Ar...
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The JOY of Theatre

Disabled performers and their experiences are absurdly underrepresented in theatre, and much excellent performance therefore remains all but invisible...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Starry Messenger

Anyone not familiar with Kenneth Lonergan might recognise Manchester by the Sea, for which he won Best Original Screenplay at the Academy Awards in 20...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Tartuffe

Tartuffe is an entertaining adaptation of Molière’s original satire on religion. In John Donnelly’s version, the criticism of religious hypocrisy is m...
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Follies

Stephen Sondheim’s Follies has returned after a phenomenally successful run in 2017. Imelda Staunton may have gone but the production has retained all...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Declaration

Declaration is Sarah Emmott’s energetic and vibrant monologue about life each side of an ADHD diagnosis. The chairs are set up in the round and she...
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Elephant and Castle

Tom Adams has been recording his sleep talking over three years and, in Elephant and Castle, between clips of his slumbering chatter, he and his wife ...