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French Without Tears

A revival, after many years of neglect, of French without Tears makes for a very interesting, as well as entertaining evening at Richmond’s Orange Tre...
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When We Were Women

Sharman Macdonald returns to Glasgow, the city of her birth for the setting of this play, he opening production of the Orange Tree Theatre’s second se...
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buckets

This astonishingly constructed play lasts a packed one hour and twenty minutes, without interval. Its brevity is audience friendly since the construct...
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Each His Own Wilderness

Doris Lessing arrived in London from Africa in 1949; accompanied by her young son, £20 and the manuscript for her novel, The Grass is Singing. Lessing...
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Play Mas

Not the least interesting feature of this fascinating and very funny play is that, had it been written by a white man, and was being performed now for...
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Little Light

This remarkable play pulls no punches. Nor does it mind its language. There are two couples, Alison and Ted and Clarissa and Simon. They are all co...
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Widowers’ Houses

Widowers’ Houses was Shaw’s first play, staged in 1892, following his unsuccessful publication of five novels. It is an astonishingly assured piece of...
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Pomona

This play is a presentation of a nightmare. Those of you aware that Pomona was the Roman Goddess of fruit will find that her name is used ironically. ...
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The Distance

This is an amazing evening. The play is serious and thought-provoking, yet for most of its running time is side-splittingly funny. The production swit...