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3.0★ ★ ★
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Catch 22

Joseph Heller’s own script for a theatrical version of his large 1961 novel, Catch-22, is evocatively set more or less in the guts of a WWII airplane....
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Three Sisters

Konchalovsky is not only a legendary film-maker but, on the evidence of his productions now in London, a great theatre director. The two productions o...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Henry IV Parts I & II

After the wonderful, rich production and interpretation of Richard II by the Royal Shakespeare Company, I was hugely looking forward to Henry IV, Part...
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Let the Right One In

I guess people turn famous films into plays because of name recognition and thinking they will be a magnet for audiences and therefore make back their...
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Rambert – Rooster

If you have any interest at all in contemporary dance, try not to miss Ballet Rambert wherever and whenever it appears near you. One of the oldest and...
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Rodelinda

This new production of one of the central Handel operas has had unstinted praise from every quarter, as far as I can tell. I find that I can stint a l...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Ghost: The Musical

Ghost: The Musical is an exemplar of a trend to turn well-known titles into staged versions and add singing and dancing. The problem is that, unlike t...
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Oh, What a Lovely War!

For the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of WWI, and the fiftieth of Joan Littlewood’s creative, inventive musical entertainment, the adventurous The...