England

4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls, J B Priestley’s famous allegorical play about class, socialism and social responsibility, seems more appropriate than ever. And St...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Ice Cream Boys

The Ice Cream Boys covers a vital and important part of South African history that is just starting to come under examination. Much like Tree earlier ...
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King John

Let me start by saying that the new production of Shakespeare’s too-infrequently produced play, King John, is entertaining, moving, engaging, utterly ...
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Malory Towers

There is something truly magical about Emma Rice’s production of Malory Towers. Malory Towers is an adaptation of the series of six Malory Towers nove...
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Two Trains Running

I should begin by stating up front that I am a serious admirer and fan of the works of August Wilson. For me the plays he has written should be consid...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Macbeth

I am a fan of Paul Hart’s work as a director and have previously enjoyed very much his approach to Shakespeare plays as well as his innovative musical...
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Pride and Prejudice (Sort Of)

Can one really review any adaptation of Pride and Prejudice without some kind of variation on truths universally acknowledged? Probably, so I decided ...
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Humans

Circa ensemble’s show, Humans, is something very, very special. Circa ensemble’s description of its show is simple; 10 acrobats take the audience on a...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Tango Motion

Tango Motion, bills itself as a journey into the heart of Tango Argentino. The show itself consists of a four-piece tango orchestra, Tango Siempre, pl...