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Sonnet 61: Short People

Sonnet 61: Short People is a strongly engaging piece, written by Stella Kammel, which situates the audience behind a peephole into Girl’s internal tus...
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The End Of History

I’ve just seen a play about my family. No really. Three very different grown-up kids - tick. Activist boomer parents - tick. Endless arguments and spa...
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Europe

Europe’s electrifying power comes with its presentation as a dystopian nightmare which, with a shiver, you realise is happening on your doorstep. W...
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Hamlet

Winder’s version of Hamlet is, in theory, an interesting modern take on Shakespeare, seeking to convey a commentary about gender and political oppress...
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Boris Godunov

‘Made in Britain” is written all over this revival production of the Russian opera ‘Boris Godunov’. Fittingly, even the name Boris is currently associ...
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Les Damnés

This first collaboration between director Ivo van Hove and the Comédie-Française is also the company’s first visit to this country in many years. The ...
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Bitter Wheat

It’s difficult to know while I’m watching Bitter Wheat whether I just hate the characters or hate the play. It surrounds a Hollywood mogul, Barney Fei...
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The Magic Flute

Mozart produced The Magic Flute in the last year of his life, 1791. Europe was in turmoil. In England, The Rights of Man by Thomas Paine was published...