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Three Days in the Country

Turgenev’s masterpiece has lured many writers to take up the challenge of adapting it for their own times. In this fine National Theatre production, P...
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Operation Crucible

From Warhorse to Peace in our Time, Journey’s End to Blue Remembered Hills plays about the world wars are many, varied and often influential. Modern p...
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Shit-Faced Showtime

August is nearly here and with it another cohort of bright young things will head to Edinburgh to try their luck amongst 25,000 other acts at the Frin...
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American Idiot

The alternative, punk – rock band, Green Day, has finally reached the West End after winning several Grammy awards for the best rock album. The dynami...
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Richard II

The Globe’s new production of Richard II begins with pomp, majesty and immaturity: the child King Richard’s coronation— a shower of golden confetti, t...
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Bacchae

  Euripides’ Bacchae is a celebration of the exotic and ecstatic: it makes us face the darker parts of humanity, and question what it means to...
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The Mentalists

Emblazoned across the advertisements for Richard Bean’s revived production of The Mentalists are all the reasons it should be a success. Success it mo...
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Constellations

For all of the seventy minutes of Michael Longhurst’s excellent production of Nick Payne’s Constellations time, tone, and human experience become deli...