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The Importance of Being Earnest

The new production of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest at the Watermill Theatre near Newbury is another success for this fascinating and ...
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Club Tropicana the Musical

I try to accept “the given” of anything I see. But I am afraid that this time I simply cannot accept Club Tropicana. I tried. I wanted to enjoy it. I ...
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Richard III

The new Headlong production of Shakespeare’s Richard III is to be seen if possible because of the intelligent and thoughtful direction by John Haidar ...
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Ian McKellen On Stage

If you want to see the kind of one man show that became legend, a show in the tradition of solo performances by Charles Laughton or John Gielgud or ev...
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The Taming of the Shrew

The new RSC production of The Taming of the Shrew is eminently worth seeing for all the right reasons and one that is arguably the wrong one. (It also...
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Kunene and the King

What a fine play is Kunene and the King! In certain moments while attending to it I worried fleetingly that it was a bit contrived, but those moments ...
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Calendar Girls

Gary Barlow and Tim Firth have created a touching and charming adaptation of the famous film. On stage the basic plot and the theme of women of a cert...
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Roberto Devereux

The works of Donizetti are loved by some for the opportunities they provide for great singers to display their wares. In the bel canto world he domina...
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Dinosaur World Live

If I was between 3 – 7 years old, I would have really loved Dinosaur World Live. As I am 10, the show started to drag a bit for me. Dinosaur World Liv...