3.0★ ★ ★
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King Lear

King Lear is perhaps the darkest tragedy written by Shakespeare. Its power lies in great emotions it stirs in audiences of all generations. The best s...
No's Knife Old Vic
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No’s Knife

No’s Knife is a series of monologues, adapted from Beckett’s Texts for Nothing, which is a collection of short stories he wrote in the early 1950s. Th...
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The Caretaker

Matthew Warchus’s latest artistic endeavour at the Old Vic is an absolute triumph, keenly expressing Pinter’s vision in The Caretaker: the crisis of i...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Future Conditional

As the new school year begins so too does a new era for the Old Vic. Opening his tenure with the premiere of Tamsin Oglesby’s new play about our shodd...
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Tree

What are you doing up there mate? asks Tim Key’s character in the opening few minutes of Tree. Minutes earlier we see him arrive for a picnic date und...