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The Diana Tapes

The Diana Tapes provides an intimate picture of her attempt to tell her own story through a book. It is a respectful yet critical approach of telling ...
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Misanthrope

David Furlong’s adaptation of Misanthrope takes place at the heart of a modern TV newsroom, turning Molière’s critique of 17th century French society ...
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As You Like It

Shakespeare in the Squares’ As You Like It provides a wonderfully entertaining evening. The production is touring London’s green spaces, and the leafy...
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La Boheme

More than a century after it was first premiered in 1896, La Bohème remains a timeless ode to love. Written by Giacomo Puccini who was crowned by musi...
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Kiss me Kate

Another classic musical arrives on the stage of the Coliseum in London. Cole Porter’s witty and entertaining story of the backstage dramas of a compan...
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Beirut

The play is a dystopian sci-fi drama written in the eighties, just after it was found that AIDS might be sexually transmitted. It is placed in a near ...
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The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

The Donmar’s production of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie is faultless. It will inspire actors to perform, directors to create, playwrights to put pen ...
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Mamzer Bastard

Mamzer Bastard, a ninety-minute opera by the 29-year-old Israeli composer, Na’ama Zisser, is an impressive achievement. The title is a tautology on...
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The Seagull

Applying a fresh lick of paint to any Old Master is a tall order. Taller still when the Old Master is rejuvenated again and again, necessitating origi...