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Mrs. Roosevelt Flies to London

I’m dying. I know, and I don’t care. Seated underneath strings of antiqued red and white flags, the very edges of which looking homemade and worn, we ...
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Trainspotting

Irvine Welsh’s novel Trainspotting was first published in 1993 and was immediately the subject of a tug-of-war between two very different sides of pub...
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The Diary of a Nobody

George Grossmith was the man who created the roles of John Wellington Wells, Sir Joseph Porter, Major General Stanley, Reginald Bunthorne, The Lord Ch...
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Shang-a-Lang

The King’s Head website states that Shang-a-Lang is not suitable for children. However I would recommend it for those who are old enough to remember t...
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A Tale of Two Cities

Gielgud-Rattigan’s 1935 adaptation—premièring now but for a 1950 BBC radio play, is a fantastic idea. Dickens wrote London like a lover, and drama wit...